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Temporomandibular disorders in young people with an intellectual disability: prevalence of signs and symptoms

To assess the prevalence of signs and symptoms related to TMJ disorders in a group of young people with intelectual disability (ID) and a matched group of healthy adolescents. A group of 105 young Special Olympics (SO) athletes (ID group) aged from 14 to 25 years and a control group were examined fo... Full description

Journal Title: European journal of paediatric dentistry December 2014, Vol.15(4), pp.349-54
Main Author: Tanboga, I
Other Authors: Durhan, M A , Durmus, B , Marks, L A
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title: Temporomandibular disorders in young people with an intellectual disability: prevalence of signs and symptoms
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  • Durhan, M A
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  • Marks, L A
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  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorders -- Epidemiology
ispartof: European journal of paediatric dentistry, December 2014, Vol.15(4), pp.349-54
description: To assess the prevalence of signs and symptoms related to TMJ disorders in a group of young people with intelectual disability (ID) and a matched group of healthy adolescents. A group of 105 young Special Olympics (SO) athletes (ID group) aged from 14 to 25 years and a control group were examined for the presence or absence of signs and symptoms of TMD through interview and clinical examination. A total of 64 young people with ID (61%) had at least one sign of TMD compared to 41 (39%) of the individuals screened that was free of any TMD symptoms. A significantly higher prevalence of TMJ sounds (palpation and stethoscope), TMJ tenderness, maximum vertical opening, headaches were observed among SO athletes compared to the healthy control group (p
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