[Axiography in diagnosis and treatment of TMJ dysfunction].Dent Cadmos 1991; 59(2):46-8, 51-60, 63-4DC
The utility of the axiography is evaluated for studying temporomandibular joint dysfunctions. Condylar paths and the interpretation of the axiographic tracings are illustrated. The Authors report a case of a patient affected by TMJ dysfunction (unilateral closed lock) caused by dental malposition (inverse cross-bite of the left second molars). The axiography integrates and completes clinical analysis and roentgenographic examinations.