The incidence of blowout fracture is generally considered to be lower in children than in adults. There have been no reports of children with bilateral blowout fractures.
1We encountered a child with heterochronous bilateral fractures that occurred over a short interval during basketball practice.
- Anderson P.J.
Fractures of the facial skeleton in children.
Injury. 1995; 26: 47-50
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