2015
DOI: 10.5935/medicalexpress.2015.04.02
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Correlation between gender, temporomandibular joint disc position and clinical findings in patients with temporomandibular disorder

Abstract: The objective of this study was to assess gender differences in temporomandibular joint disc position using magnetic resonance imaging and to check for symptoms in patients with temporomandibular disorders. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Eighty-seven consecutive patients (70 females and 17 males) were evaluated. Bilateral magnetic resonance imaging was performed to determine the temporomandibular joint disc positions; these were divided into four diagnostic categories: no disc displacement, right disc displacement, le… Show more

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“…Some studies oppose this result done by (Yadav et al,and Mathew et al), in their studies they say that the old age group is more prone to TMJ disorder as their bone becomes weak they also say there is no any exact reason found behind TMJ disorder. 20,21 Out of 61 patients, 32 were males and 27 females patients in figure 2.In a study done by (H et al, and Charizopoulos et al,) state that the male are more prevalence to TMD disorder which is similar to this study 22,23 ,some studies done by (Bagis et al and Wizel et al) stated that females are more prevalent than the male due to nutrition differences and many other factors 24,25 . This hold true as male are more prone to TMD disorder as they have habit and more prone to trauma.There are different types of TMD disorder like degenerative disorder, disc condyle disorder and MPDS among them the more prevalence we observe the disc condyle disorder types(61.02%) followed by MPDS (35.59%) as shown in figure 3.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 81%
“…Some studies oppose this result done by (Yadav et al,and Mathew et al), in their studies they say that the old age group is more prone to TMJ disorder as their bone becomes weak they also say there is no any exact reason found behind TMJ disorder. 20,21 Out of 61 patients, 32 were males and 27 females patients in figure 2.In a study done by (H et al, and Charizopoulos et al,) state that the male are more prevalence to TMD disorder which is similar to this study 22,23 ,some studies done by (Bagis et al and Wizel et al) stated that females are more prevalent than the male due to nutrition differences and many other factors 24,25 . This hold true as male are more prone to TMD disorder as they have habit and more prone to trauma.There are different types of TMD disorder like degenerative disorder, disc condyle disorder and MPDS among them the more prevalence we observe the disc condyle disorder types(61.02%) followed by MPDS (35.59%) as shown in figure 3.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 81%
“…It has additionally been demonstrated that TMD changes over time, and no reasonable denouement has been arrived yet about its natural progression or about the factors contributing to the evolution of TMD. In addition, the quantity of individuals who see subjective manifestations or signs of TMD is more than the quantity of individuals looking for treatment, and females will probably look for treatment than male partners [6,7] . There are some controversial issues such as over closure of the jaws in persons with natural dentition which can predispose to TMD whereas long-standing edentulous span individuals without dentures rarely develop TMDs despite over closure.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As in other studies, disc displacements showed a significantly higher prevalence in females 8‐9,36,37 . However, studies such as Foucart et al 38 , Larheim et al 26 and Crusoé‐Rebello et al 39 do not reflect gender difference in disc displacement prevalence.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 74%
“…Another suggests that the difference is due to a change in collagen metabolism associated with joint laxity of genetic origin 36 . Some studies also suggest that estradiol, the female sex hormone, induces proinflammatory cytokines, aggravating the inflammation of the TMJ 36,37 …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%