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JCR. 2020; 7(15): 82-92


DETERMINE THE PROPORTION OF MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA RESULTING FROM DIFFERENT ETIOLOGIES AMONG CHILDREN: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

Mohammad Khosousi sani, Seyed Mohammad Monajem Zadeh*, Andia Ezzati, Azita Ezzati.

Abstract
Today understanding of maxillofacial trauma etiology among children is controversial. According
to importance of subject, the aim of present Systematic review and meta-analysis was Determine the proportion
of maxillofacial trauma resulting from different etiologies among children. From the electronic databases,
PubMed, Cochrane Library, Embase, ISI have been used to perform a systematic literature between 2010 and
2020. Therefore, a software program (Endnote X8) has been utilized for managing the electronic titles. The quality
of the studies included was assessed using the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale. For Data extraction, two reviewers blind
and independently extracted data from abstract and full text of studies that included. Forest plots have been
evaluated with the use of a software program available in the market (i.e., Comprehensive Meta-Analysis Stata
V16).A total of 1263 potentially relevant titles and abstracts were found during the electronic and manual search.
Finally, a total of ten publications fulfilled the inclusion criteria required for this systematic review. Prevalence
of full was 28.78% (823) and effect size (ES, 4.51 95% CI -3.26, 12.28 P= 0.26) among the 10 studies and
Prevalence of sports 24.19% (650) and effect size (ES, 6.43 95% CI -61.03, 73.89 P= 0.85) among the 7
studies.This systematic review and meta-analysis showed the most important etiology of maxilla trauma was road
traffic accidents, after which the fall was the most frequent.

Key words: maxillofacial trauma, children, Jaw Fractures



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