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What happens if one of the bones or joints of either the articular system or appendicularskeleton becomes diseased or develops a disorder? Diseases and disorders such as gout, bonecancer, shin splints, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues are all examples of what can gowrong. Do some research and pick a disease or disorder of these two systems and answer thefollowing:What disorder or disease did you choose and which bones or joints are affected?What are the symptoms?Are there any predisposing factors or genetic links associated with this disease ordisorder? If not, what causes the issue?What are the available treatments and potential risks of those treatments?Which treatment would you consider? Is there a treatment that you would not consider?Why or why not?How is the quality of life affected for those that have this disease or disorder?
Noise in the ear.Sensitivity to sound.Dizziness (vertigo).There are a few test your provider will perform such as an MRI, blood test, a diagnostic nerveblock to determine where the pain is coming from, and/or an arthroscopy which looks inside tojoint. Once diagnosed painkillers and resting the jaw along with a few other various treatmentswhich are often used in combination. When resting, your jaw joint this means the following:

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jaw joint, Jaw, Temporomandibular joint, jaw pain, Temporomandibular joint disorder

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