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Extraction of teeth is the most common minor surgical procedure performed. Complication of extraction ranges from periodontal injury to fracture of jaw in the mandible and fracture of tuberosity and oroantral communication in the maxilla. Subconjunctival hemorrhage after extraction of maxillary molar is a very rare complication, and so far, only one case is reported in the literature. We report a case of subconjunctival hemorrhage with maxillary tuberosity fracture after maxillary third molar extraction.

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Kanagasabapathy Thirumurugan, Rathinam Ramesh Babu Munzanoor, Gnanasekaran Arun Prasad, Kannan Sankar. Maxillary tuberosity fracture and subconjunctival hemorrhage following extraction of maxillary third molar. Journal of natural science, biology, and medicine. 2013 Jan;4(1):242-5


PMID: 23633874

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