The Validity and Reliability of Joint Vibration Analysis for the Detection and Interpretation of Temporomandibular Joint Noise in the Classification of Intracapsular Disorders.

Mier, Robert.

2017-04-14T13:38:34.060Z

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  • Abstract: Joint noise has long been considered one of the defining criteria for intracapsular disorders of the TMJ despite issues with reliability in detection and variability across patients. This study investigates the use of an alternative technique to analyze joint noise, Joint Vibration Analysis (JVA), and it's predictive validity to scores on the Research Diagnostic Criteria (RDC) and as wel... read more
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