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Master Thesis

Dissections artérielles cervicales secondaires à des gestes bucco-dentaires

Abstract : Cervical artery dissection (CAD) is a common cause of stroke in young people. CAD is a bleeding that forms a hematoma in the arterial wall and leads to a narrowing of the blood passage. Its origins are numerous: congenital, traumatic, infectious or malformative. This complication concerns the dental surgeon, which he can unfortunately causes especially by his traumatic gestures (loco-regional anesthesia, manipulations of the neck, positions during care) but which he can also prevent (elimination and prevention of infections, fortuitous radiographic discovery of Eagle syndrome, adaptation of positions and duration of treatment).
The early therapeutic management of CAD improves the prognosis in the short and long term. As such, it is important for the dentist to recognize its signs and symptoms. Indeed, although CAD is a rare complication of oral procedures, it can be disabling and have potentially catastrophic consequences, and thus call for its early management and, above all, its prevention.
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Céline Suprin. Dissections artérielles cervicales secondaires à des gestes bucco-dentaires. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03550005⟩



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