Modified condylotomy versus conventional conservative treatment in painful reciprocal clicking—a preliminary prospective study in eight patients

@article{Bakke2008ModifiedCV,
  title={Modified condylotomy versus conventional conservative treatment in painful reciprocal clicking—a preliminary prospective study in eight patients},
  author={Merete Bakke and Lars Eriksson and Niels Max Thorsen and I B Sewerin and Arne Petersson and Aase Wagner},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={353-359}
}
Modified condylotomy may be relevant in severe painful reciprocal clicking of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) where conservative treatment is insufficient. The effect of the modified condylotomy was analyzed and compared with conventional nonsurgical treatment in a randomized pilot study of eight patients, 19–44 years of age, with severe painful… CONTINUE READING