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Temporomandibular Osteoarthritis

Meta Description: Therapeutic strategies for the management of temporomandibular osteoarthritis ideally involve the improvement in pain and functional disability, as well as delay the progression and promote the repair of joint cartilage defects.

The term temporomandibular disorder encompasses a set of painful and/or dysfunctional conditions affecting the masticatory muscles and/or temporomandibular joints. The most prevalent chronic articular temporomandibular disorder can be classified into two diagnostic subgroups which are not mutually exclusive: disc displacements and degenerative changes in the temporomandibular joints.

Therapeutic strategies for the management of temporomandibular osteoarthritis ideally involve the improvement in pain and functional disability, as well as delay the progression and promote the repair of joint cartilage defects. Cell therapies have emerged as a new, minimally invasive therapeutic modality that allows for the use of autologous cell transplantation, and may involve adult undifferentiated mesenchymal stem/stromal cells or differentiated cell lineage, like condrocytes.

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https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/cell-therapies-in-the-treatment-of-temporomandibular-osteoarthritis-a-jimds-1000136.php?aid=30030

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