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|Title:||Functional disorders of the salivary glands in patients with compression and dislocation dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint and their correction|
|Authors:||Rybalov, O. V.|
Yatsenko, P. I.
Andriyanova, O. Yu.
Ivanytska, E. S.
Korostashova, M. A.
Рибалов, Олег Васильович
Яценко, Павло Ігорович
Андріянова, Ольга Юріївна
Іваницька, Олена Сергіївна
Коросташова, Марія Анатоліївна
|Citation:||Functional disorders of the salivary glands in patients with compression and dislocation dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint and their correction / O. V. Rybalov, P. I. Yatsenko, O. Y. Andriyanova, E. S. Ivanytska, M. A. Korostashova // Wiadomosci Lekarskie. – 2021. – Vol. LXXIV, issue 7. – P. 1695–1698.|
|Abstract:||The aim: Is to assess the functional state of parotid glands and general secretion in patients with compression, dislocation dysfunction of TMJ, to correct the revealed disorders. Materials and methods: We examined 46 patients with dysfunction of TMJ. Examination included TMJ zonography and salivary glands sonography. We studied the general and parotid secretion, transparency, viscosity, pH of the oral fluid and the secretions of the parotid glands before and after treatment. The treatment of dysfunction and hyposialosis included the repositioning of the articular heads of the lower jaw in the correct anatomical position, the use of a repositioning plate on the posterior teeth at the compression side of the articular head, bougienage of the duct of the parotid gland, administration of 10% magnesium-mineral solution of bischofite into the gland. Results: In patients with TMJ dysfunction, a significant decrease in the oral fluid content was noted before treatment. The saliva transparency was reduced, the viscosity was increased, the pH was slightly acidic. A study, which was carried out a month after completion of the course of treatment showed that all the studied parameters corresponded to those in healthy individuals. Conclusions: The study confirmed that in compression and dislocation dysfunction of TMJ, there are disorders of the functional state of the salivary glands.|
|Appears in Collections:||Наукові праці. Кафедра хірургічної стоматології та щелепно-лицевої хірургії|
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