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Broken Jaw (cont.)

Broken Jaw Picture

Media file 1: Broken jaw. The dark angular line near the bottom left of the skull (viewer's right) is the fracture. Photo courtesy of Lisa Chan, MD; Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Arizona.
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Media type: X-RAY

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/6/2012

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