Influence des perturbations des capteurs oculaire et cranio-mandibulaire sur l’équilibre postural : savoir les diagnostiquer pour mieux les adresser

Abstract : The posture of the standing man, at rest, is allowed by an information integration system of a series of inputs called postural sensors. The cranio-mandibular and ocular systems are part of these postural sensors. Their proprioceptive sensitivities pass through the trigeminal ganglion. The trigeminal nerve makes the link between the three systems and must be considered as a "postural" nerve. The aim of this study is to provide the basic knowledge necessary for any dental surgeon to diagnose temporomandibular disorders and the possible repercussions on the ocular system and the postural balance. For this purpose, we have analyzed the cranio-mandibular, ocular and postural sensors and established a clinical assessment that can be carried out within the dental office in order to make dental surgeons aware of a multidisciplinary approach to the postural patient.
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Margot Durquety. Influence des perturbations des capteurs oculaire et cranio-mandibulaire sur l’équilibre postural : savoir les diagnostiquer pour mieux les adresser. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-01996393⟩

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