Modern aspects of combat maxillofacial trauma (Review of foreign scientific-medical publications during 2012—2013)

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The current article is dedicated to the modern aspects of combat maxillofacial trauma as they have been presented in 2012—2013 scientific publications. It has been shown that due to employment of more and more powerful explosive devices the facial trauma over the last decade has occurred more frequently and become more severe. Some new methods of facial injuries treatment are being tested now, among them KSL-W antimicrobial decapeptide, new bone regenerative biocompatible materials, scar-healing mesenchymal and adipose-derived stem cells, and a custom automated face dressing platform.

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