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Bruxism defined and graded: an international consensus.
To date, there is no consensus about the definition and diagnostic grading of bruxism. A written consensus discussion was held among an international group of bruxism experts as to formulate aExpand
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Toward a better definition of the restless legs syndrome
A large International Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) Study Group has been formed. As its first task, the group has taken upon itself the role of definig the clinical features of the RLS. As minimalExpand
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Sleep Bruxism: Validity of Clinical Research Diagnostic Criteria in a Controlled Polysomnographic Study
The clinical validity of diagnostic criteria for sleep orofacial motor activity-more specifically, bruxism-has never been tested. Polysomnographic recordings from 18 bruxers and 18 asymptomaticExpand
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Restless legs syndrome and sleep bruxism: prevalence and association among Canadians.
A survey conducted through personal interviews was done in Canada to estimate the prevalence of subjective symptoms related to restless legs syndrome (RLS) and to sleep bruxism. Of the 2,019Expand
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Neurobiological mechanisms involved in sleep bruxism.
Sleep bruxism (SB) is reported by 8% of the adult population and is mainly associated with rhythmic masticatory muscle activity (RMMA) characterized by repetitive jaw muscle contractions (3 bursts orExpand
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Identification of a Sleep Bruxism Subgroup with a Higher Risk of Pain
Sleep bruxism research diagnostic criteria (SB-RDC) have been applied since 1996. This study was performed to validate these criteria and to challenge the hypothesis that pain is associated withExpand
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Jaw Pain Prevalence Among French-speaking Canadians in Quebec and Related Symptoms of Temporomandibular Disorders
The purpose of this study was to assess the prevalence and pattern of self-reported TMD jaw pain in a randomized stratified sample from the general population living in the Province of Quebec,Expand
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Sleep bruxism: a comprehensive overview for the dental clinician interested in sleep medicine.
Sleep bruxism (SB) is a common sleep-related motor disorder characterized by tooth grinding and clenching. SB diagnosis is made on history of tooth grinding and confirmed by polysomnographicExpand
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Variability in sleep bruxism activity over time
Sleep bruxism (SB) is an oral activity associated with jaw movements and tooth grinding. Sleep bruxism is believed to be highly variable over time, with subjects showing no activity on some nightsExpand
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International consensus on the assessment of bruxism: Report of a work in progress
Summary In 2013, consensus was obtained on a definition of bruxism as repetitive masticatory muscle activity characterised by clenching or grinding of the teeth and/or by bracing or thrusting of theExpand
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