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THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT AND INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS: A REVIEW

Dr Muhammad Bilal, Dr Madiha Afzal,Dr Amina Safdar

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is defined as a joint of synovial between the mandible and temporal bone. It is also implicated in multiple rheumatic diseases, such as spondyloarthritis (SpA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA) [3, 4] and ankylosing spondylitis (AS) [5, 6, 7] .Also, the association between research facility estimations declared different fiery markers causing rheumatic illnesses for which the movement of TMD has been accounted. Even though the altogether connected markers varied relying on the strategies utilized for assessing the joint, rheumatoid factor (RF), C-receptive protein (CRP). Based on the interests of practitioners, each center has developed its network (rheumatologist, maxillofacial surgeon, and radiologist). The effects of inflammatory disease ATMs are reduced by this multidisciplinary care involving the rheumatologist, dentist, and maxillofacial surgeon. Findings emphasized that RA, peripheral SpA, and axial SpA can act as predisposed TMD factors that cause arthritis and TMJ inflammation that is axially involved are a critical reason for the development of TMD in rheumatic disease patients. Besides, CRP and ESR can be utilized as indicators of progressive inflammation of the TMJ.

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