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Complications of Temporomandibular Joint Surgery


Failure to Make the Correct Diagnosis Part I - A Neurologist's PerspectiveIntroductionEpidemiologyPathophysiologyMigraineTension-Type Headache (TTH)Chronic Daily HeadacheTrigeminal NeuralgiaPersistent Idiopathic Facial PainCluster HeadacheTrigeminal Autonomic CephalalgiaGiant Cell ArteritisNeoplasmCervicogenic HeadacheTemporomandibular Disorder HeadacheCase ScenariosCase ExplanationsSummaryReferencesFailure to Make the Correct Diagnosis: Part II - A Physical Therapist's PerspectiveIntroductionDiagnosing Headache and Facial PainDiagnostic TestsTreatmentBiopsychosocial IssuesNeck PainSummaryReferencesFailure to Make the Correct Diagnosis Part III - A Surgeon's PerspectiveIntroductionMaking the Correct DiagnosisThe Diagnostic ChallengeArthralgiaEnlarged CondyleSmall CondyleClinical Conditions Mimicking TMJ Closed LockIncreased or Normal Mouth Opening with Locked JawReferencesPerforation of the External Auditory Canal or Middle Cranial FossaIntroductionPerforation of the External Auditory Canal (EAC)PathophysiologyPotential Sequelae of Puncture into the EACPrevention of the Complication Open TMJ SurgeryArthroscopic TMJ SurgeryPuncture SitePuncture DirectionPuncture DepthPuncture ForceRecognition and Diagnosis of the ComplicationManagement of the ComplicationInjury Isolated to EAC WallPuncture and Perforation of the Tympanic MembraneInitial Medical ManagementPerforation of the Glenoid Fossa into the Middle Cranial CavityPathophysiology of the ComplicationSequelae of Perforating into the Middle Cranial FossaPrevention of the ComplicationOpen TMJ SurgeryArthroscopic TMJ SurgeryPuncture SitePuncture DirectionPuncture DepthPuncture ForceRecognition and Diagnosis of the ComplicationManagement of the ComplicationBone Perforation OnlyBleeding and Extradural/Subdural HematomaDural Tear and CSF LeakReferencesFacial Nerve InjuryIntroductionPathophysiologyTMJ Procedures and Risk for Facial Nerve InjuryArthrocentesis and ArthroscopyOpen TMJ ProceduresPrevention of the Facial Nerve InjuryFacial Nerve MonitoringSurgical Approaches to the TMJ to Avoid Facial Nerve InjuryRecognition and DiagnosisManagement of Facial Nerve InjuryNonsurgical TechniquesMedical managementPhysical therapyBotulinum toxinCorrective makeup techniquesSurgical TechniquesGold weight implantation - upper eyelid paralysisBrowlift/blepharoplastyStatic facial slingLower eyelid proceduresNeural proceduresA. Extratemporal neurorrhaphyB. Cross-face graftingC. Cable graftingD. Hypoglossal nerve transferMuscle transpositionFree muscle flapsConclusionReferencesFrey SyndromeIntroductionPathophysiologyFrey Syndrome and the Temporomandibular JointDiagnostic TestingTreatmentConclusionReferencesNeuropathic Pain and Chronic Opioid UseIntroductionPathophysiologyStimulus-Evoked PainStimulus-Independent PainPrevention of Neuropathic Pain in Temporomandibular Joint SurgeryRecognition of Neuropathic Pain in Temporomandibular Joint SurgeryDiagnosis of Neuropathic Pain in Temporomandibular Joint SurgeryManagement of Neuropathic PainChronic Opioid UseOpioid TolerancePain LadderIs There an Opioid Benefit?Opioid-Related Adverse EventsAdverse Drug-Related BehaviorRecommendationsReferencesMassive HemorrhageIntroductionAnatomyPreoperative EvaluationSurgical Techniques to Avoid Vessel InjuryIntraoperative Management of Massive HemorrhageReferencesDiagnosis and Management of TMJ Heterotopic Bone and AnkylosisIntroductionEtiologyDiagnosisTreatment OptionsNonsurgical OptionsGap Arthroplasty and GraftsFat GraftsAnkylosis in Autogenous Reconstruction Versus Total Joint Prostheses (TJP)Surgical Protocol for Managing Heterotopic BoneSurgical Protocol for Managing TMJ AnkylosisPediatric ConsiderationsCase PresentationReferencesInfection Following Total Joint ReplacementIntroductionPathophysiologyPreventionPreoperative ConsiderationsNutritionSystemic Disease ControlSmokingPreexisting Remote Site InfectionsPerioperative ConsiderationsSkinPre-incision Antibiotic ProphylaxisAnesthesiaEyesHairEarOral CavityPre-incision Skin PreparationIntraoperative ConsiderationsIncisionsParotid GlandTMJTJR ComponentsHemostasis, Irrigation and DrainsPostoperative ConsiderationsAuditory CanalPressure DressingPostimplantation AntibioticsNosocomial InfectionsDischarge Considerations and InformationPostoperative InfectionDiagnosisEarly TMJ TJR PJIDelayed TMJ TJR PJIReferencesIatrogenic Degenerative Joint DiseaseArthrocentesis and ArthroscopyArthrocentesisArthroscopyOpen ProceduresOpen DiscopexyOpen Discectomy with and Without Interpositional GraftingTotal Joint Replacement (TJR)References
 
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