arthrogenous

ar·throg·e·nous

(ar-throj'ĕ-nŭs),
1. Of articular origin; starting from a joint.
2. Forming an articulation.

ar·throg·e·nous

(ar-throj'ĕ-nŭs)
Of articular origin; starting from a joint.
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Stiesch-Scholz, "Short-term efficacy of physical therapy compared to splint therapy in treatment of arthrogenous TMD," Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, vol.
In previous studies, muscle weakness has been attributed to arthrogenous muscle inhibition rather than atrophy secondary to disuse.
The recognition of craniomandibular disorders; condylar symmetry in relation to myogenous and arthrogenous origin of pain.
Myogenous or arthrogenous limitation of mouth opening: Correlation between clinical, MRL and clinical outcome.
The inclusion criteria for the TMD-pain group were as follows: meeting Axis I of the RDC/TMD diagnosis criteria with pain (arthrogenous or myogenous TMD), children of both sexes with mixed dentition, undergoing lip and palate surgery, the presence of a cleft lip and palate without a syndrome, a sequence or karyotype abnormalities, and consent to participate voluntarily in the study.