Masticatory process in individuals with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis: electromyographic analysis

@article{Sissere2009MasticatoryPI,
  title={Masticatory process in individuals with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis: electromyographic analysis},
  author={Selma Si{\'e}ssere and Naira de Albuquerque Lima and Marisa Semprini and Luiz Gustavo de Sousa and J P M Issa and Solange Aparecida Caldeira Monteiro and Simone Cecilio Hallak Regalo},
  journal={Osteoporosis International},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={1847-1851}
}
The masseter and temporal muscles of patients with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis were submitted to electromyographic analysis and compared with a control group. In conclusion, individuals with osteoporosis did not show significantly lower masticatory cycle performance and efficiency compared to the control group during the proposal mastications. This study aimed to examine electromyographically the masseter and temporal muscles of patients with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis and… CONTINUE READING

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The masseter and temporal muscles of patients with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis were submitted to electromyographic analysis and compared with a control group .
This study aimed to examine electromyographically the masseter and temporal muscles of patients with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis and compare these patients with control patients .
This study aimed to examine electromyographically the masseter and temporal muscles of patients with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis and compare these patients with control patients .
The masseter and temporal muscles of patients with maxillary and mandibular osteoporosis were submitted to electromyographic analysis and compared with a control group .
Skeletal boneIs primary anatomic site of diseaseOsteoporosis
This result is very important because it demonstrates the functionality of the complex physiological process of mastication in individuals with osteoporosis at the bones that compose the face .
Skeletal boneIs associated anatomic site ofOsteoporosis
This result is very important because it demonstrates the functionality of the complex physiological process of mastication in individuals with osteoporosis at the bones that compose the face .
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