Systemic ailments and different painful situations in sufferers with temporomandibular problems and migraine.
Braz Oral Res. 2018 Jul 23;32:e77
Authors: Contreras EFR, Fernandes G, Ongaro PCJ, Campi LB, Gonçalves DAG
Temporomandibular problems (TMD) are a extremely prevalent, painful musculoskeletal situation affecting the masticatory system, and are regularly related to migraines (M) and different ailments. This examine aimed to research the affiliation between painful TMD and M with different painful situations and systemic ailments, akin to cervicalgia, physique ache (BP), ear-nose-throat problems, musculoskeletal problems, diabetes, cardiopulmonary ailments and gastritis/peptic ulcer.
METHODS: This was a cross-sectional examine performed in a pattern of 352 people. Members have been stratified into three teams based on the presence of painful TMD and M: controls [individuals free of TMD and any headache (HA)]; TMD solely (presence of painful TMD, however freed from any HA); and TMD+M (presence of painful TMD and M). TMD was labeled based on the Analysis Diagnostic Standards for Temporomandibular Problems (RDC/TMD) – Axis I. Nonspecific bodily signs (NSPS) have been assessed by RDC/TMD – Axis II. The Worldwide Classification of Headache Problems – II standards, second version, have been utilized to establish and classify major HA. Different painful situations and systemic ailments have been assessed by volunteers’ self-report. The prevalence of all assessed situations was increased within the TMD+M group. A number of regression fashions confirmed that cervicalgia was related to the TMD solely group (p<zero.05), whereas gender (p<zero.05), cervicalgia (p<zero.05), BP (p<zero.05) and NSPS (p<zero.05) have been considerably related to the TMD+M group. Our outcomes recommend that people with a comorbidity (TMD related to M) have a extra extreme situation than these presenting solely painful TMD.
PMID: 30043839 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]