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Radiological value of computed tomography in degenerative disease of temporomandibular joint

Author: GUZAL KHAYDAROVA, MARAT KHODJIBEKOV, RAKHIM YAKUBOV
Abstract: This article is prescribed applications of computed tomography (CT) in diagnosis of inflammatory and degenerative disease of temporomandibular joint (TMJ). CT is highly informative method for visualization of disease of temporomandibular joint. Finally, sections on other aspects of CT research related to the TMJ, clinical decision-making and concluding remarks are added. However, it should be emphasized that the diagnostic information obtained is limited tothe morphology of the osseous joint components, cortical bone integrity and subcortical bone destruction. Authors of this research studied the frequency of radiological signs in different age group. Also, there were studied frequency of isolated and combination types and more and less localization sites of radiological patterns of inflammatory and degenerative changes of temporo-mandibular joint.
Keyword: Degenerative joint disease, temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis; diagnostic imaging; temporomandibular disorders; joint pain; masticatory muscle pain.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.092
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