DISEASE OF THE JAWS

This section will tell You about the jaw bone diseases in humans and also about the symptoms and treatment of diseases

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Etiology. Excessive opening of the mouth when yawning. Because once transferred dislocation, accompanied by considerable stretching of ligaments may remain luxation. Lateral dislocation is usually seen as a phenomenon that accompanies the fracture. The pathogenesis. Anterior

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Etiology. Most often occurs as a result of infection in the joint area. Infectious processes in the muscles attached to the jaw may cause scar contracture of the jaw. The pathogenesis. The infection enters through hematogenous (scarlet fever, typhoid, diphtheria, gonorrhea)

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Etiology. Arises from various causes: trauma, traumatic articulation, gonorrea, the spread of infection from adjacent areas or metastatic if it is a General infection of the organism. The pathogenesis. In inflammatory lesions of the joints in the disease are involved in vary

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Etiology. Cysts arise as a result of infectious-inflammatory process in chronic productive forms of periodontitis - root cysts (cysta radicularis) - and as a result of transformation of a dental follicle - follicular cysts (cysta follicularis). The pathogenesis. Cystic cavity

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Causes of fracture of the jaw: a shot, a gunshot wound or disease process (caries of the bone, fibrous osteitis, cystoma, a malignant tumor). Fracture of the lower jaw. Usually occurs in the place of greatest flexion mandibular arch (the middle line, the area of the canine)

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Etiology. By origin distinguish osteomyelitis: odontogenic, hematogenous, traumatic. Infectious Lodicules odontogenic osteomyelitis is usually a mixed group of microbes: Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, anaerobes. Traumatic osteomyelitis in most cases are infectious

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