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REF:Anatomy of the Temporomandibular Joint, page 307OBJ:13.During opening of the jawa.rotational movement precedes translation.b.rotational movement follows translation.c.only rotational movement occurs; translation occurs only during closure.d.only translational movement occurs; rotation occurs only during closure.ANS: A
During opening of the jaw, rotational movement precedes translation. During translation thedisc assumes a more posterior position in relation to the condyle. The inferior and superiorjoint spaces assume different configurations during each of these movements. During openingof the jaw, rotational movement precedes rather than follows translation.REF:Normal Function of the Temporomandibular Joint, page 308OBJ:14.Which choice represents an indirect form of trauma affecting the TMJ?
REF:Pathophysiology of Temporomandibular Disorders, page 309OBJ:45.Clicking and popping most commonly reflect

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Muscles of the head and neck, Medial pterygoid muscle, Temporomandibular joint, TMJ, Temporomandibular joint disorder

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