By Peter D. Quinn, Eric J. Granquist
This moment version of the Atlas of Temporomandibular Joint Surgery is an enormous revision of Dr. Quinn’s vintage paintings, bearing in mind new systems, gear, and evidence-based findings from the most recent study in TMJ treatment.
Assuming that readers are acquainted with non-surgical cures to right temporomandibular soreness and issues, Drs. Quinn and Granquist specialize in the surgical treatments for issues which are past conservative remedy. This concise, how-to surgical atlas courses either the amateur and skilled health care provider in the course of the intra-articular and extra-articular systems that experience confirmed efficacious within the remedy of complicated craniomandibular disorder. Chapters take readers via choice making for TMJ surgical procedure, diagnostic imaging equipment, surgical techniques, surgical procedure for inner derangements, trauma, osseous surgeries, overall joint alternative, and pathologies.
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The anterior portion of the joint also receives innervation from the masseteric nerve and the posterior deep temporal nerve. The articular cartilage on the surface of the condyle and the glenoid fossa and the avascular meniscus itself have no innervation. The inferior alveolar branch of the trigeminal nerve enters the mandibular ramus on the medial surface and runs inferiorly and anteriorly until it exits through the mental foramen. This nerve innervates the teeth, anterior gingiva, and lip. Radiographic assessment of the exact course of this nerve through the mandible is necessary if screws will be placed through the ramus as is necessary for prosthetic joint replacement.
Granquist. © 2015 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Published 2015 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1 (a) Normal condyle and fossa with mandible closed. Note the position of the disk, with the posterior aspect at the height of the condyle. (b) Mandible open. Condyle has both rotated and translated along the articular eminence. Note disk has moved anteriorly along with the condyle. 2 Facial nerve emerging from stylomastoid foramen showing division into upper trunk with temporal and zygomatic branches and lower trunk with buccal, marginal mandibular, and cervical branches.
Non‐ferromagnetic metals, such as those used in orthodontic braces, cobalt chro mium prostheses, and titanium implants do not pose problems related to magnetic fields but do compromise image quality because of artifact production. 29 Diagrammatic representation showing normal condyle disk position with junction of posterior attachment and posterior band of disk aligned approximately at the 12 o’clock position with regard to the condylar surface (a) and sagittal cadaver demonstrating normal condylar-disk position (b).
Atlas of Temporomandibular Joint Surgery by Peter D. Quinn, Eric J. Granquist