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    TMJ Anatomy

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    2. Explain why the dislocation happens anteriorly? Think of particularities of joints.

    5. How is the TMJ different from the other joints of the skull or body?

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    2. Explain why the dislocation happens anteriorly? Think of particularities of joints.

    Look at a picture of the bottom of a skull. The area on the skull where the mandible articulates is called the mandibular fossa or the glenoid fossa. There is a bump in front of the mandibular fossa called the articular tubercle (this is part of the ...

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    TMJ and bilateral anterior dislocation of the mandible are determined. How the TMJ is different from the other joints of the skull or body is determined.

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