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Temporomandibular Joint Disorders in Children and Related Comorbidities

Temporo Mandibular Joint (TMJ) and its normal function are of great importance for the development of the mandible and craniomandibular region [1]. In growing individuals, trauma and pathology of the TMJ has a chronic impact on both the condylar development and the total morphology of the mandible [2]. Over time, the growth under influence of the pathogenesis of the TMJ will be reflected in the soft tissue as a response to the alteration of the function. Congenital deformities and acquired TMJ pathology are the main causes of craniomandibular growth abnormalities, and several of these conditions are well described [3,4].

Citation: Dergin G, Aktop S (2014) Temporomandibular Joint Disorders in Children and Related Comorbidities. J Arthritis 3:e110.

 
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