The tripod fracture (officially known as the zygomaticomaxillary complex fracture, and sometimes called a malar fracture) is the most common one seen after trauma. Fundamentally, the zygoma is separated from the rest of the face in a tripod fracture. As you might imagine (tripod fracture), there are three components to this fracture. The first is a … Continue reading What Is: The Tripod Fracture?
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