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(Facial tooth or jaw pain)
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  • A high prevalence of TMD is related to somatic awareness and pain intensity among healthy dental students. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Odontol Scand 2018 Feb 18; :1-7
  • Lövgren A, Österlund C, … Hellström F
  • CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence of any DC/TMD diagnosis was 30%. The most prevalent TMD diagnosis was myalgia. Individuals with a TMD-pain diagnosis (i.e. myalgia or arthralgia) reported significantly higher pain intensity levels according to the Graded Chronic Pain Scale (GCPS) as compared to individuals without TMD-pain (Fisher's exact test p < .001, two-sided). In addition, individuals with any TMD scored significantly higher jaw functional limitations according to the Jaw Functional Limitation Scale 20 (JFLS-20, p < .001) and oral parafunctions according to the Oral Behavior Checklist (OBC, p = .005) as compared to individuals without TMD. The psychosocial factors evaluated did not differ between individual with or without a TMD diagnosis. The majority of the dental students reported symptoms that are already identified as risk factors for developing TMD and pain conditions. However, longitudinal data are needed to evaluate how this evolves over time.
  • Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis: a case report. [Journal Article]
  • IJItal J Pediatr 2018 Feb 17; 44(1):26
  • Gicchino MF, Diplomatico M, … Miraglia Del Giudice E
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a child with bone pain should be considered also rare condition as CRMO to perform a correct diagnosis and start an adequate treatment avoiding complications such as bone damage. This condition should be suspected in a child with recurrent bone pain, modest increase of inflammatory indices, lytic or sclerotic bone lesion on X Ray. Typical CRMO localizations are metaphyses of long bones, pelvis, clavicle, vertebral column, sternum, ribs, jaw, but any bone can be involved. The most common CRMO differential diagnosis is represented by infections, malignant bone tumors, Langerhans Cells Histiocytosis (LCH).
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