Prevalence of craniomandibular dysfunction in white children with different emotional states. Part II. Not-calm group.

@article{Vanderas1989PrevalenceOC,
  title={Prevalence of craniomandibular dysfunction in white children with different emotional states. Part II. Not-calm group.},
  author={Apostole P. Vanderas},
  journal={ASDC journal of dentistry for children},
  year={1989},
  volume={56 5},
  pages={348-52}
}
This part of the study investigates the prevalence of objective and subjective symptoms of craniomandibular dysfunction in children classified by the parents as not calm. The results showed low prevalence of TMJ sounds (12.4 percent), limited maximal opening (0.9 percent), deflection on maximal opening (8.6 percent), and headaches (11.4 percent), while the… CONTINUE READING