A review of temporomandibular joint disease (TMJD). Part II : clinical and radiological semiology. Morbidity processes
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A review of temporomandibular joint disease (TMJD). Part II : clinical and radiological semiology. Morbidity processes

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A review of temporomandibular joint disease (TMJD). Part II : clinical and radiological semiology. Morbidity processes

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dc.contributor.author Poveda Roda, Rafael es
dc.contributor.author Díaz Fernández, José María es
dc.contributor.author Hernández Bazán, Sergio es
dc.contributor.author Jiménez Soriano, Yolanda es
dc.contributor.author Margaix Muñoz, María es
dc.contributor.author Sarrión Pérez, María Gracia es
dc.date.accessioned 2017-09-11T11:51:10Z
dc.date.available 2017-09-11T11:51:10Z
dc.date.issued 2008 es
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10550/60707
dc.description.abstract The clinical signs and symptoms of greatest semiologic value in temporomandibular joint disease (TMJD) are muscle pain, joint pain, limitations in mandibular movement, and joint sounds. Imaging studies of the joint are very useful for establishing the diagnosis and for discarding other disease processes, though in many cases diagnostic error results from the detection of a large proportion of patients with alterations in the imaging studies but with no associated clinical manifestations. Panoramic X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging are the most commonly used complementary techniques for diagnosing TMJD. MRI may be regarded as the imaging technique of choice, particularly when studying the soft tissues. Biochemical evaluation of the joint synovial fluid has improved our understanding of TMJD pathogenesis, though to date such parameters have not been extended to clinical practice. Myofascial pain with positive painful palpation of the masticatory muscles; joint disc displacements with reduction characterized by the presence of opening or opening and closing clicks; disc displacements without reduction characterized by limitations in oral aperture; and osteoarthritis / osteoarthrosis characterized by the auscultation of friction sounds during mandibular movement, are the morbidity processes most often seen in the context of TMJD. The present study offers a review of the semiology and morbidity processes of the temporomandibular joint. es
dc.source Poveda Roda, Rafael ; Díaz Fernández, José María ; Hernández Bazán, Sergio ; Jiménez Soriano, Yolanda ; Margaix Muñoz, María ; Sarrión Pérez, María Gracia. A review of temporomandibular joint disease (TMJD). Part II : clinical and radiological semiology. Morbidity processes. En: Medicina oral, patología oral y cirugía bucal. Ed. inglesa, 13 2 2008: 4- es
dc.title A review of temporomandibular joint disease (TMJD). Part II : clinical and radiological semiology. Morbidity processes es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS MÉDICAS es
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