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216 Possible Causes for Subluxation of Jaw, Synovial Cyst

  • Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

    Arthritis of the temporal-mandibular joint may manifest as micrognathia, decreased mouth aperture or lateral deviation of the jaw.[] Involvement of the cervical spine may lead to C2,C3 subluxations or fusion of the posterior ligaments of the spine.[] Possible complications due to polyarticular JIA include high-level subluxation, accelerated bone age with increased epiphyseal size and narrowing of the joint spaces.[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Subluxation

    […] sarcoma 53.Adamantinoma 54.Primary lymphoma of bone Benign: 55.Enchondroma 56.Osteochondroma 57.Lipoma 58.Non-ossifying fibroma 59.Unicameral bone cyst 60.Aneurysmal bone[] Definition Subluxation or hypermobility in the temporomandibular joint is defined as the clinical condition with repeated episodes of partial dislocation of the jaw.[] April 15th, 2015 An open lock is when the jaw or mouth gets stuck wide open and will not close. The medical term for open lock is subluxation.[]

  • Ganglion Cyst

    KEYWORDS: Cystic formation of the mobile spine; Ganglion cyst; Juxtafacet cyst; Synovial cyst[] Abstract Ultrasonographic characteristics of two common musculoskeletal lesions, ganglion cysts (GCs) and synovial cysts (SCs) are presented through a review of the literature[] Abstract Ganglion cysts of the temporomandibular joint are very rare and always misdiagnosed as synovial cyst, parotid gland tumor, or other cystic lesions.[]

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  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    cysts Other imaging modalities that may be helpful include the following: Computed tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Ultrasonography and echocardiography Nuclear imaging[] Osteopenia or osteoporosis Joint-space narrowing Bony erosions Intra-articular bony ankylosis Periosteitis Growth disturbances Epiphyseal compression fracture Joint subluxation Synovial[]

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  • Juvenile Onset Stills Disease

    Synovial cysts are also a frequent finding in these patients, while additional complaints include a macular rash, serositis (either pericarditis or pleuritis), generalized[]

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  • Synovial Cyst

    Synovial cysts are common in limb joints; intraspinal synovial cysts are uncommon.[] CONCLUSIONS: Although synovial cyst associated with erosive facet and erosive degenerative disc disease are common, rupture of the cyst is not.[] OBJECTIVE: To present the natural history of a developing thoracic synovial cyst and to highlight this unusual case.[]

    Missing: Subluxation of Jaw
  • Popliteal Cyst

    Synovial cyst of bilateral popliteal spaces Synovial cyst of left popliteal space Synovial cyst of right popliteal space Clinical Information A benign swelling found behind[] […] popliteal space [Baker] Approximate Synonyms Bakers cyst of right knee Bilateral popliteal cysts Right popliteal cyst Synovial cyst of bilateral popliteal spaces Synovial[] , originally called Baker’s cyst, is a synovial fluid-filled mass located in the popliteal fossa.[]

    Missing: Subluxation of Jaw
  • Ruptured Baker's Cyst

    Baker's cyst Etymology: William M. Baker, British surgeon, 1839-1896 a synovial cyst that forms at the back of the knee.[] […] do you mean a defect in the synovial cyst causing the cyst, or you ruptured the cyst???[] Baker's cyst Baker's cyst Synovial cyst of popliteal space Orthopedics A localized post-traumatic swelling of a bursa sac behind the patella corresponding to a cyst which[]

    Missing: Subluxation of Jaw
  • Sacral Radiculopathy

    Intraspinal synovial cyst can mimic the clinical pattern of NHP. CONCLUSION: An intraspinal lumbar synovial cyst can present with symptoms of nerve root compression.[] Other less common causes are synovial cysts that arise from the facet joints and if they protrude into the spinal canal can compress a nerve root.[] Hemorrhage into synovial cysts or the ligamentum flavum also may produce hematomas and lumbosacral radiculopathy.[]

    Missing: Subluxation of Jaw
  • Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

    Cutaneous metaplastic synovial cyst in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome: report of a second case. Am J Dermatopathol . 2008 Feb. 30 (1):59-61. [Medline] .[] (partial dislocation), often affecting the shoulder, kneecap, and/or temporomandibular joint (jaw) Soft, smooth, elastic skin that may bruise easily Chronic musculoskeletal[] […] hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome vary but may include: Joint hypermobility affecting both large (elbows, knees) and small (fingers, toes) joints Frequent joint dislocations and subluxations[]

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