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Tensor tympani muscle: strange chewing muscle.
This work seeks to alert medical and odontological staff to understanding and using interdisciplinary handling for detecting different pathologies common otic symptoms. It offers better tools forExpand
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Topical review: Temporomandibular disorders in an integral otic symptom model
The literature has closely observed otic symptoms (and other craniofacial complaints) in temporomandibular disorders; however, there is little evidence for an association between the two. This reviewExpand
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Hamular Bursitis and its possible craniofacial referred symptomatology: two case reports.
The diagnosis of craniofacial pain is conditioned by the interdisciplinary management of its presentation especially in the absence of unique and objective signs. Bursitis is a pathological entityExpand
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ETHNOBOTANY AND CONSERVATION OF TIUSINTE (Dioon mejiae Standl. & L.O. Williams, ZAMIACEAE) IN NORTHEASTERN HONDURAS
ABSTRACT This paper describes the significance of the arborescent cycad “tiusinte” to Honduran culture. Dioon mejiae is a wild food that supplements maize-bean diets for an estimated 33,000Expand
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Temporomandibular disorders: referred cranio-cervico-facial clinic.
The bond between temporomandibular disorders and referred craniofacial symptomatology is more and more evident. In it subsists the prevailing necessity of understanding the temporomandibularExpand
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Assessing landscapes: a case study of tree and shrub diversity in the seasonally dry tropical forests of Oaxaca, Mexico and southern Honduras
Tropical dry forests, with their distinct and economically important diversity, are acknowledged conservation priorities because of alarming rates of forest conversion. Whilst it is realised thatExpand
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Trees and farming in the dry zone of southern Honduras II: the potential for tree diversity conservation
The potential of the dry zone agro-ecosystem of southern Honduras to contribute to the conservation of Mesoamerican dry forest tree diversity is evaluated. Four rural communities containing eightExpand
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[Otological symptoms among patients with temporomandibular joint disorders].
Middle ear muscles have a common embryological and functional origin with masticatory and facial muscles. Therefore, symptoms referred to the ear may originate from the stomatognathic area. When aExpand
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Bursitis Hamular y su posible sintomatología craneofacial referida: Reporte de dos casos
The diagnosis of craniofacial pain is conditioned by the interdisciplinary management of its presentation especially in the absence of unique and objective signs. Bursitis is a pathological entityExpand
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