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Comparison of Clinical Symptoms and Psychological Profiles of Temporomandibular Joint Osteoarthritis between Juveniles and Adults
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  • Journal title : Journal of Oral Medicine and Pain
  • Volume 41, Issue 2,  2016, pp.48-53
  • Publisher : The Korean Academy of Orofacial Pain and Oral Medicine
  • DOI : 10.14476/jomp.2016.41.2.48
 Title & Authors
Comparison of Clinical Symptoms and Psychological Profiles of Temporomandibular Joint Osteoarthritis between Juveniles and Adults
Kim, Hyoung-Jun; Jang, Ji-Hee; Chung, Jin-Woo;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the differences in clinical signs and symptoms, and psychological profiles of temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis (TMJ OA) between juvenile and adult patients. Methods: Two-hundred eighty-three TMJ OA patients who visited the Orofacial Pain Clinic of Seoul National University Dental Hospital were classified by juvenile (153 patients; mean age years, range 9-16 years) and adult (130 patients; mean age years, range 30-40 years) groups, and compared the clinical symptoms based on the Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD) axis I guidelines including Graded Chronic Pain (GCP) scale, mandibular range of motion, and the associated symptoms. Psychological profiles were also evaluated using the Symptom Checklist 90-Revision (SCL-90-R). Results: Juvenile patients reported lower pain intensity and a lower prevalence of headache and clenching than adult patients. Their mandibular range of motion was also higher than adult patients. Juvenile patients showed a lower percentage of patients with T-score above 50 in somatization (SOM), obsessive-compulsive (O-C), interpersonal sensitivity (I-S), and paranoid ideation (PAR) than adults. Based on the GCP scale, the percentage of the high disability group was lower in juveniles. Conclusions: Juvenile TMJ OA patients generally showed milder clinical symptoms than adults. Adult patients showed higher prevalence of psychological problems and higher disability than juvenile patients. Age should be considered in evaluation and treatment of TMJ OA patients to achieve better treatment results and understanding its pathophysiology.
 Keywords
Adult;Juvenile;Osteoarthritis;Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD);Temporomandibular joint disorders;
 Language
English
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