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Kobe J. Med. Sci
In this study, cases of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJD) were analyzed based on the subtype classification established by Japanese Society for the Temporomandibular Joint (JSTMJ) in 2001. The subject of our investigation consisted of cases who visited to the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Kobe University Hospital in 2002 because of TMJD. Among them, any cases with no physical examination or strong psychogenic factors related to their symptoms were excluded. As a result,fatcat:5fuedrg5p5hzdptpm3vdrwvibe