Current Concepts on Temporomandibular Di

Current Concepts on Temporomandibular Di

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Current Concepts on Temporomandibular Disorders
1st edition 2010
Book
Hardcover, 432 pages, 320 images (colored)
Language: English
Subject: Functional Therapy
Title-No.: 18071
ISBN 978-1-85097-199-3
Quintessence Publishing, United Kingdom

Price: 158 €

Featuring contributions from more than 40 world-renowned researchers and clinicians in the TMD and orofacial pain field, this comprehensive and clinically oriented book presents current and emerging evidence-based research on TMDs. The authors address the complex group of pathologies that affect the masticatory system through a comprehensive discussion of the anatomy, classification, etiology, diagnosis, and management of TMDs.

The sections on diagnosis and management reflect the current view that only a minority of treatment modalities are exclusively indicated for a specific disorder. Along with this underlying premise, the medically based approach presented in this book makes it pertinent to all healthcare professionals who want to better understand what is and is not effective in the treatment of TMDs.

Naslov Current Concepts on Temporomandibular Di
Autor Daniele Manfredini (Ed.)
Vrsta Physiotherapy
Datum objave Aug 31, 2017

Current Concepts on Temporomandibular Disorders
1st edition 2010
Book
Hardcover, 432 pages, 320 images (colored)
Language: English
Subject: Functional Therapy
Title-No.: 18071
ISBN 978-1-85097-199-3
Quintessence Publishing, United Kingdom

Price: 158 €

Featuring contributions from more than 40 world-renowned researchers and clinicians in the TMD and orofacial pain field, this comprehensive and clinically oriented book presents current and emerging evidence-based research on TMDs. The authors address the complex group of pathologies that affect the masticatory system through a comprehensive discussion of the anatomy, classification, etiology, diagnosis, and management of TMDs.

The sections on diagnosis and management reflect the current view that only a minority of treatment modalities are exclusively indicated for a specific disorder. Along with this underlying premise, the medically based approach presented in this book makes it pertinent to all healthcare professionals who want to better understand what is and is not effective in the treatment of TMDs.