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temporomandibular joint of a 3-month-old Hanoverian colt that was evaluated because of fever, lethargy, inappetence, drooping of the left ear, and stiff neck posture of 2 days' duration. Images were obtained at the level of the zygomatic process of the temporal bone

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, revealed an 8 × 7 × 8-cm bony mass arising from the caudal-most aspect of the occipital bones. The mass extended externally from the level of the temporomandibular joint to the second cervical vertebra and penetrated the caudal portion of the calvarium to

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radiographic examination (eg, temporomandibular joint) includes a short description, drawings or illustrations to guide readers, and representative radiographs. Illustrations are clear, and pictures are excellent, although sometimes small. The book is wire

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-5827.2008.00668.x 9. Bernhardt O Schiffman EL Look JO . Reliability and validity of a new fingertip-shaped pressure algometer for assessing pressure pain thresholds in the temporomandibular joint and masticatory muscles . J Orofac Pain 2007 ; 21 : 29

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, Relationships between pain-related mediators and both synovitis and joint pain in patients with internal derangements and osteoarthritis of the temporomandibular joint . Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod 2002 ; 94 : 328 – 332 . 10.1067/moe.2002

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-case scenario in which we tested only a single mandible without supporting musculature and loads applied solely to the canine teeth. Canine teeth have the greatest moment arm from the temporomandibular joint and cause the entire load to contribute to a large

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seen in 9 of the 18 dogs. Concurrent head injuries consisted of orbital trauma (n = 2), frontal sinus trauma (7), nasal trauma (4; all patients with nasal trauma had some changes in the frontal sinus), and mandibular or temporomandibular joint injuries

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clinically normal cat (WW, 400 HU; WL, 40 HU). Notice the homogenous contrast enhancement of the soft palate (white arrow). B—Computed tomographic image at the level of the temporomandibular joint of a cat with SCC of the soft palate (WW, 500 HU; WL, 100 HU

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has its own chapter, which reflects the current trend in therapy of horses. Postoperative physiotherapy for orthopedic patients and temporomandibular joint disorders each have their own chapters as well. However, it is the overall improvements within

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the symphysis cranially and preservation of the temporomandibular joint and angular process of the mandible caudally were achieved. The CAD-designed cutting jig was molded to fit along the full length of the dental arcade. Figure 1

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