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1,325 Possible Causes for Occlusal, Splint

  • Ketoprofen

    Limiting occlusion time to 1 h could simplify the photopatch test procedure by eliminating one visit to the clinic.[] […] and splinting.[] […] h occlusion.[]

  • Amitriptyline

    Amitriptyline proved superior to the NTI-tss and the non-occlusal splint.[] Amitriptyline proved superior to the NTI-tss and the non-occlusal splint.[] In the NTI-tss and non-occlusal splint groups, reduction was 39% and 30%, respectively, at six weeks and 48% for both groups at 12 weeks.[]

  • Amiodarone

    A thrombotic occlusion at the injection side was found, which was immediately recanalized by thrombus aspiration.[] The effect of injection-site splinting on the occurrence of phlebitis among a group of cardiac arrhythmia patients receiving peripherally infused amiodarone.[] To report a case of intra-arterial amiodarone injection in a hemodynamically unstable patient leading to acute vessel occlusion and a subsequent compartment syndrome.[]

  • Frontonasal Dysplasia

    Prevalence of the several tooth abnormalities and occlusal disorders analyzed.[] The session lasted about 20 minutes and resulted in deliverable intermediate and final splints.[] The primary functional problems associated with Treacher Collins syndrome are related to airway, occlusion, hearing and abnormalities of the eyelids.[]

  • Arthrocentesis

    From 2008 to 2013, 144 patients underwent arthrocentesis simultaneously using occlusal splint in the treatment of chronic closed lock.[] One group received arthrocentesis as initial treatment (n 40), the other group received conventional treatment including soft diet, physical treatment and occlusal splint[] Patients in the first group wore a full coverage stabilizing splint following arthrocentesis. The second group underwent arthrocentesis only.[]

  • Amblyopia

    An occlusion dose monitor (ODM) has been developed.[] Seven children were excluded due to patching and splints being prescribed at the outset (n 4), and for not using the splinting intervention (n 3).[] occlusion dose a child receives.[]

  • Surgical Procedure

    Occlusive lesions are often encountered that cannot be opened using this intervention.[] The OPS simplified surgery by being independent of support from the opposite maxilla and obviating the need for classic intermaxillary occlusal splints.[] Although good occlusion was achieved at operation, open bite deformity and laterognathism were observed at the sixth month of follow-up.[]

  • Stress

    […] the dentinoenamel complex (DEC) and the physical-mechanical properties of the resin-based composite including the stress generated from both polymerization shrinkage and occlusal[] Likewise, radiographs showed physeal injury of the right fourth finger INTERVENTIONS:: No surgery was performed and we applied wrist brace and finger splint for conservative[] Recently, exercise-induced spastic coronary artery occlusion at the site of moderate stenosis, which Prinzmetal's angina or cardiac syndrome X does not cover, was reported[]

  • Migraine

    This was misdiagnosed as being related to her migraine, however, it was subsequently found to be caused by a central retinal vein occlusion.[] Amitriptyline proved superior to the NTI-tss and the non-occlusal splint.[] The dentist can provide an occlusal splint, a small mouth guard to prevent teeth damage and disable the jaw from fully contracting.[]

  • Trigeminal Neuropathy

    Diffusion-weighted MRI showed cerebral infarction in the left pontine tegmentum and right cerebellum and angiography revealed basilar artery occlusion.[] A specially designed maxillary splint that continuously pressed it suppressed both dystonia and related spontaneous firing of motor unit potentials in electromyography.[] Furthermore, there have been no detailed reports on occlusal abnormalities and trismus associated with post-traumatic trigeminal motor neuropathy.[]

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