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Interrelation entre les dysfonctions de l'appareil manducateur et les cervicalgies musculaires

Abstract : Temporomandibular dysfunction and neck pain are common symptoms in patients. In fact, 50% of patients with temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) present neck pain, and conversely, 20 to 33% of patients with neck pain present TMD. There are many contributing or triggering factors common to these disorders due, for example, to their common anatomy. The aim of this systematic review of the literature is to find out whether TMD or malocclusions can cause neck pain or, conversely, neck pain is likely to decompensate TMD. This work will allow dentists to know the link between these cervical pains and disorders of the manducator apparatus in order to know how to treat or refer the patient for better care.
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Maud Pacaille. Interrelation entre les dysfonctions de l'appareil manducateur et les cervicalgies musculaires. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03198881⟩

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