Temporomandibular Joint Disorders Principles and Current Practice PDF Free Download (Direct Link)
This book is designed to provide a crisp and necessary information for all the under-graduate and post-graduate medical students, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, ENT Surgeons, General Surgeons, General Dentists and other health care workers who deal with TMDs in their practise. It includes contributions from eminent surgeons across the world who treat TMJ disorders and diseases using various conventional to modern state of the art techniques. Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMDs) are familiar yet difficult to diagnose in routine practice due to the complexity of the joint and its surrounding structures. The symptoms usually associated with TMDs present with pain, joint sounds such as click or crepitus, difficulty during mastication, reduced mouth opening are some of the many presentations. Definite diagnosis of the TMDs can be challenging as the patients present with varying symptoms. These disorders of the joint can vary from a simple disc displacement to complex pathologies. Management of the TMDs can be tricky and hence need a thorough evaluation of the joint and surrounding structures. There has been a tremendous leap in managing these disorders from simple conservative management to several advanced surgeries to salvage the joint. This compilation highlights all the relevant details regarding TMDs and its management which will offer utmost details to practising surgeons who often deal with TMDs. This book will be a delight to read for all the clinicians and surgeons who are interested in treating the small yet complex jaw joint in the facial region.