Journal: Drug Invention Today

Article Id: JPRS-Other-00001970
Title: Anatomic X-ray features of the temporomandibular joint elements with a decrease in the interalveolar distance
Category: Others ( DIT Related Science )
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    This paper presents data on the anatomical and radiological features of the dentoalveolar system and especially the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) elements in patients with major dental diseases accompanied by a decrease in the interalveolar distance. Radiographically, there is a distal displacement of the lower jaw heads observed in the habitual occlusion with signs of a decreased height of occlusion. When optimizing the ratio of the jaws, the mandible heads occupy a harmonious front position, which leads to a decrease in the compression of the TMJ bilaminar zone, significantly reduces the likelihood of developing musculo-articular dysfunction in the dentoalveolar apparatus and improves the activity of other organs and systems. The study of the topography of the stony-tympanic gap using cranioscopy methods identified two extreme variants of its location relative to the mandibular fossa, which is of fundamental importance in the development of TMJ diseases and determines the nature of their clinical manifestations.

    KEY WORDS: Bilaminar zone, Decrease of interalveolar distance, Deep occlusion syndrome, Dentistry, Functional- physiological test method for jaw ratio, Multilayer spiral computed tomography, Stony-tympanic gap, Temporomandibular joint anatomy, Temporomandibular joint dysfunction

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    Irina V. Silkina-Voytiatskaya1 , Aleksandr V. Tsimbalistov2 *, Maria G. Gayvoronskaya1 , Alexander A. Kopytov1 , Yury А. Minyaylo1

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    1Department of Pediatric and Prosthetic Dentistry, Belgorod State National Research University 85, Belgorod, 308015, Russia,
    2Military Medical Academy Named after S.M. Kirov, Academician Lebedev St., 6, 194044, St. Petersburg, Russia

    *Corresponding author: Aleksandr V. Tsimbalistov, Department of Pediatric and Prosthetic Dentistry, Belgorod State National Research University 85, Pobedy St., Belgorod, 308015, Russia.

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    Irina V. Silkina-Voytiatskaya1 , Aleksandr V. Tsimbalistov2 *, Maria G. Gayvoronskaya1 , Alexander A. Kopytov1 , Yury А. Minyaylo1

    Title:Anatomic X-ray features of the temporomandibular joint elements with a decrease in the interalveolar distance
    Journal:Drug Invention Today
    Vol(issue):9 (December)
    Year:2017
    Page No: (69-73)
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    Methodology:Bilaminar zone, Decrease of interalveolar distance, Deep occlusion syndrome, Dentistry, Functional- physiological test method for jaw ratio, Multilayer spiral computed tomography
    Research Materials:Anatomic X-ray features

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Bilaminar zone Decrease of interalveolar distance Deep occlusion syndrome Dentistry Functional- physiological test method for jaw ratio Multilayer spiral computed tomography Stony-tymp

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