Motion Analysis of the Mandible during Low-Speed, Rear-End Impacts using High-Speed X-rays.

Abstract

There has been much debate over "whiplash"-induced temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction following low-speed, rear-end automobile collisions. While several authors have reported TMJ injury based on case studies post collision, there has been little biomechanical evidence showing that rear-end impact was the primary cause of such injury. The purpose of… (More)

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