tailieunhanh - báo cáo khoa học: " Condylar growth after non-surgical advancement in adult subject: a case report"

Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Condylar growth after non-surgical advancement in adult subject: a case report | Head Face Medicine BioMed Central Open Access Case report Condylar growth after non-surgical advancement in adult subject a case report Antonino Marco Cuccia and Carola Caradonna Address Section of Orthodontics Department of Dental Sciences G. Messina University of Palermo Via del Vespro 129 90127 Palermo Italy Email Antonino Marco Cuccia - cucciaam@ Carola Caradonna - CarolaCaradonna@ Corresponding author Published 20 July 2009 Received 27 December 2007 Head Face Medicine 2009 5 15 doi 1746-160X-5-15 Accepted 20 July 2009 This article is available from http content 5 1 15 2009 Cuccia and Caradonna licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License http licenses by which permits unrestricted use distribution and reproduction in any medium provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract Background A defect of condylar morphology can be caused by several sources. Case report A case of altered condylar morphology in adult male with temporomandibular disorders was reported in 30-year-old male patient. Erosion and flattening of the left mandibular condyle were observed by panoramic x-ray. The patient was treated with splint therapy that determined mandibular advancement. Eight months after the therapy reduction in joint pain and a greater opening of the mouth was observed although crepitation sounds during mastication were still noticeable. Conclusion During the following months of gnatologic treatment new bone growth in the left condyle was observed by radiograph with further improvement of the symptoms. Background The temporomandibular joint TMJ is a complex joint essential for speech mastication and swallowing. The mandibular condyle is an ovoidal bony structure that articulates with the temporal bone by means of a biconcave disk. Both articular surfaces are covered by a connective fibrous tissue .

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