ESSR 2016 / P-0048
MR-Assessment of the Temporomandibular Joint - Where to look and what to look for
Congress: ESSR 2016
Poster No.: P-0048
Type: Educational Poster
Authors: J. M. LIEB; Basel/CH
DOI:10.1594/essr2016/P-0048

Conclusion

 

For the interpretation of an static and dynamic MRI of the TMJ with a good level of confidence radiologists have to be familiar with the anatomy of the joint, the dynamic biomechanics and motion of joint-structures as well as the normal and pathologic imaging findings in common and rare TMJ disorders. The most common cause of TMJ pain is internal derangement, which we introduced in detail with a step by step instruction for reporting on TMJ-scans in clinical routine.

 

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