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ad 6. Checkliste Begleitaspekte

Craniomandibuläre Störungen von Tore L. Hannson

Phoenix Arizona

Begleitaspekt

Verdachtsdiagnose

best. Speisen, Medikamente, helles licht, laute Geräusche verschlimmern

Migräne

Bewegung des Kopfes verschlimmert

Gefäßkopfschmerzen

Pat. rennt hektisch umher

Cluster-Kopfschmerz

Schmerz im Liegen weniger, wird beim Husten/Kopfsenken schlimmer

Nasennebenhöhlenschmerz

Schmerz durch Druck auf Muskeln oder bei Streß schlimmer

Muskelkontraktion oder Kiefergelenkserkrankung

Auslösung durch Triggerzone, auch durch Gähnen, Husten, Schlucken, Berühren des Gesichtes

Trigeminus-/Glossopharyngeusneuralgie

It is with great pleasure l respond to the invitation by Dr. Jürgen Bretthauer to reflect over the EACD meeting last September in Hamburg. My immediate impressions were confused because äs a clinician l had expected direct advice from the Speakers when and how to react on the daily problems presented by patients with craniomandibular disorders. Dr. Bretthauer has asked five questions. My intention is fherefore to answer these questions according to my convinced opinion which directs all my clinicai activities.

Wie wichtig ist die Okklusion (noch) bei CMD? The scientific Iiterature mostly denies the link between occiusion and CMD. However, the results of ongoing studies in Finland by Kirveskari and coworkers Support the clinicai impression that for many patients with CMD the change of occiusion plays an important role in the treatment of CMD. The insertion of any type of splint is an immediate change of occiusion, when defined äs the static relationship between the jaws. With this approach the insertion of a splint is justified in those patients where clenching of teeth is the cause for the exhaustion of muscle- and joint function. Since the publicaKon of oui resulrs of rhe analysis of condylar VfL; GRUPPE

NEUE GRUPPE NEWS - Heft 06 - Frühjahr 1995  

TRADITION+INNOVATION

NEUE GRUPPE NEWS - Heft 06 - Frühjahr 1995  

TRADITION+INNOVATION

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