The recognition of craniomandibular disorders--a comparison between clinical, tomographical, and dental panoramic radiographical findings in thirty-one subjects.

Abstract

A comparison between clinical, tomographical, and dental panoramic radiographical findings was made in thirty-one female patients suffering from craniomandibular disorders (CMD). In general it was found that condylar sclerosis was more common in these patients than in earlier studies. After clinical separation of the material into two groups based upon the… (More)

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