War Machine Trial Day 6 Part 2 (Dr. Steven Saxe, Dentist Testifies) | Summary and Q&A

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March 13, 2017
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War Machine Trial Day 6 Part 2 (Dr. Steven Saxe, Dentist Testifies)

TL;DR

Oral surgeon provides expertise on the injuries sustained by the patient, stating that they could be consistent with two punches but could also be consistent with multiple punches.

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Key Insights

  • 🪸 The oral surgeon's expertise is in oral and maxillofacial surgery, and he has been practicing for 25 years.
  • 😘 The patient's injuries could be consistent with two punches, but the exact number of blows is uncertain.
  • 💼 The injuries require observation and limited surgical intervention in some cases.
  • 😀 There is no evidence of injuries in other areas of the face.

Questions & Answers

Q: Are the injuries consistent with two blows in rapid succession?

It is possible, but I cannot determine the exact number of blows without more information on the force and frequency of the punches.

Q: Could the injuries be from more than two blows?

Yes, it is possible that the injuries were caused by multiple blows, but the evidence does not specify the exact number.

Q: What treatments would be necessary for these injuries?

In most cases, no surgical intervention is required, only observation and detailed instructions to prevent infection. Tooth restoration and the removal of hardware may be necessary.

Q: Are the injuries consistent with a single individual assaulting the patient for a long period of time?

It is unlikely that the injuries were sustained over a long period of time, as the same areas of the face would have to be repeatedly hit. The probability of this occurring is low.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • The oral surgeon graduated in 1984 and completed a residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

  • He has been practicing for approximately 25 years and is affiliated with several hospitals.

  • He reviews medical records and videos of the patient's injuries, noting blows to the face consistent with a blowout fracture and dental injuries.

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