Subjective reactions to intervention with artificial interferences in subjects with and without a history of temporomandibular disorders.

@article{Bell2006SubjectiveRT,
  title={Subjective reactions to intervention with artificial interferences in subjects with and without a history of temporomandibular disorders.},
  author={Yrsa Le Bell and P{\"a}ivi M Niemi and Tapio J{\"a}ms{\"a} and Mervi Kylm{\"a}l{\"a} and Pentti Alanen},
  journal={Acta odontologica Scandinavica},
  year={2006},
  volume={64 1},
  pages={59-63}
}
In a previous double-blind randomized controlled study, subjects with a history of temporomandibular disorder (TMD) reacted to artificial interference with more signs of TMD than did subjects with no TMD history. In the present study, we analysed the subjective reactions of these individuals on several symptom scales. Every day during the 2-week follow-up period, the subjects rated the intensity of their symptoms on 9 VAS scales (occlusal discomfort, chewing difficulties, tender teeth, fatigue… CONTINUE READING