Clinical tests in distinguishing between persons with or without craniomandibular or cervical spinal pain complaints.

@article{Visscher2000ClinicalTI,
  title={Clinical tests in distinguishing between persons with or without craniomandibular or cervical spinal pain complaints.},
  author={Corine Mirjam Visscher and Frank Lobbezoo and Wim de Boer and Jacques van der Zaag and Jw Jan Verheij and Machiel M Naeije},
  journal={European journal of oral sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={108 6},
  pages={
          475-83
        }
}
The recognition of a craniomandibular or cervical spinal pain is usually based upon the pain complaint of the patient, reported during an oral history, and the pain responses provoked in a clinical examination. Often used clinical tests are palpation, and function tests like dynamic/static tests or active movements. The relative importance of these tests for the recognition of the musculoskeletal pain is important. Therefore, it was the aim of the present study to determine which test, or… CONTINUE READING
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