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Effect of the mediumistic painting in the temporomandibular disorders, anxiety and sleep disturbances

@inproceedings{Pinto2019EffectOT,
  title={Effect of the mediumistic painting in the temporomandibular disorders, anxiety and sleep disturbances},
  author={Elisa Cruz Pereira Pinto and Jos{\'e} Renato and Ribeiro Pinto and Zara Calio and Helder Picarelli and M{\'a}rio Fernando Prieto Peres and Andr{\'e}a and C{\^a}ndido dos Reis},
  year={2019}
}
Temporomandibular disorders are pathological orofacial conditions characterized by a dysfunction at the temporomandibular joint, pre-auricular area and masticatory or skull muscles. They are associated with acute and chronic pain in the temporomandibular joint and other bodily areas, such as the ears, neck and head. Limitations of jaw and joint functions and the production of sounds during mastication.1,2 Approximately 75% of the population has one of the signs of temporomandibular disorders… 

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