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W maju 2019 r. Zakład Rentgenodiagnostyki Stomatologicznej i Szczękowo-Twarzowej UM w Lublinie zaprasza na dwudniowy kurs „TMJ anatomy, pathologies, imaging and therapies”.

Wydarzenie poświęcone będzie diagnostyce oraz leczeniu stawów skroniowo-żuchwowych. Kurs będzie składał się z serii wykładów oraz prezentacji przypadków. Przekazane informacje pozwolą uczestnikom zrozumieć rolę lekarza dentysty w złożonym procesie diagnostyki i leczenia ssż.

➡️Data i miejsce: 10 -11 maja 2019 r., Kraków, Hotel Puro Kazimierz

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TMJ anatomy, pathologies, imaging and therapies

This course is designed to present information regarding the diagnosis and management of Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) Disorders. The course will consist of a series of lectures and case presentations. The information provided in this course will allow the participants to understand the dentist’s role in managing complex orofacial pain problems. The area of temporomandibular disorders will be emphasized since the professions plays a major role in managing these pain disorders. Besides, Being familiar with anatomy and pathology of maxillofacial region especially in conjunction of different pathologies and systemic conditions would help professions to discover occult diseases and maxillofacial pathology cases esp. that has refereed pain earlier such as TMJ. Treatment planning for maxillofacial pathologies involves gathering as much information as possible. Hence along with the focus of the course, the imaging of TMJ with various modalities will also be discussed with a special emphasis on Ultrasonography and (USG) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Day 1: TMJ Health and Disease – Clinical Evaluation based on Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders

08:30-09:00 Registration

09:00-10:00 Anatomy and physiology of the TMJ, Understanding fascia— prof. Franciszek Burdan, Lublin, Poland

10:00-11:00 Signs and symptoms. Causes of TMD, trigger points –dr Andrzej Bożyk, Warsaw, Poland

11:00-11:30 Tea/coffee

11:30-12:30 Paindiagnoses: Axis I Physical Diagnosis and Axis II Psychosocial Diagnosis – prof. Lucia Cevidanes, Ann Arbour, US

12.30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15.00 Joint diagnoses: Disc Displacement, Degenerative Joint Disease and Subluxation prof. Lucia Cevidanes, Ann Arbour, US

15:00-16:00 Standardized intake form assessment and record keeping prof. Lucia Cevidanes, Ann Arbour, US

16:00-16:30 Tea/coffee

16.30-17.30 Introduction to TMJ Imaging. Prof. Ingrid Różyło-Kalinowska, Lublin, Poland

17.30-18.00 Live demonstration of USG-prof. KaanOrhan, Leuven, Belgium/Ankara, Turkey

20.00. Optional Polish dinner in the Old Town.

Day 2: TMJ Imaging for Diagnosis and Assessment of Treatment Outcomes

 

08:30-9:30 CBCT in diagnostics of TMJs– prof. Ingrid Różyło-Kalinowska, Lublin, Poland

9.30-10.30 Introduction to MR Imaging, Part One.

1.1 What Do We Need? (Intro to MR Hardware & Safety)prof. KaanOrhan, Leuven, Belgium/Ankara, Turkey

1.2 What Types of Images? (Intro to Imaging Planes & Image Contrast)

1.3 Why Do We Do MR Imaging? (History, Intro to Clinical MR)

10:30-11:00Tea/coffee

11.00-12:30 Introduction to MR Imaging Part Two.

  1. Review Magnetism & MR Instrumentation prof. KaanOrhan, Leuven, Belgium/Ankara, Turkey

2.1 Review Magnetism & Magnet Components for the MR System

2.2 MR System Hardware (Magnets, Shim, Gradients)

2.3 RF Systems (Coils)

  1. MRI Principles Prof. Ingrid Różyło-Kalinowska, Lublin, Poland

3.1 What Nuclei are MR Active?

3.2 Excitation

3.3 Relaxation (T1/T2)

3.4.Contraindications for MRI

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 TMJ MRI prof. KaanOrhan, Leuven, Belgium/Ankara, Turkey

4.1       Normal Anatomy

4.2       MR Images of Pathologies

4.3       MR images of disc displacements

4.4       Case presentations and discussions

4.5 Basics of Temporal Bone and Connection with TMJ and Temporal Bone

15:30-16:00 tea/coffee

16:00-17:00 Treatment of TMJ and post-treatment Imaging.prof. Lucia Cevidanes, Ann Arbour, US