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Address for correspondence

@inproceedings{KoA2000AddressFC,
  title={Address for correspondence},
  author={Nagihan KoçA},
  year={2000}
}
Results. The mean age of the sample was 37.26 years (range: 10–90 years). A total of 101 (67.3%) patients presented 1 or more osseous changes. No significant differences were found between the right and left TMJs concerning the prevalence rates of osseous changes. Significant differences were found in the mean ages with regard to the absence and presence of the following findings: condylar erosion, osteophytes, loose bodies, erosion in the articular fossa, and joint space narrowing. 

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Diagnostic Algorithms for Masticatory Muscle Disorders and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders and Restorative considerations in occlusal therapy are presented.