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Pneumomediastinum: an unusual radiographic finding following mid-facial trauma injury

  • M. Ashley
    Registrar in Restorative Dentistry, Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield, UK
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  • C. Jones
    Requests for reprints should be addressed to: Mr Carl Jones, Senior Registrar, Regional Maxillo-Facial Unit, Walton Hospital, Rice Lane, Liverpool L9 1AE, UK.
    Regional Maxillo-Facial Unit, Walton Hospital, Liverpool, UK
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