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Children (below 13 yrs of age) are usually susceptible to cranio facial trauma because of their greater cranial mass to body ratio. When compared to adults, the pattern of fractures and frequency of associated injuries are similar but the overall incidence is much lower. Treatment is usually performed without delay and can be limited to observation or closed reduction in non-displaced or minimally displaced fractures. Operative management should involve minimal manipulation and may be modifieddoi:10.3329/updcj.v3i2.18001 fatcat:ap63g6nxa5frfez7saa6qpptnu