Development of temporomandibular ankylosis after diagnosis of Jacob’s disease: clinical and tomographic assessment

  • Rafael Linard Avelar
  • Roque Soares Martins Neto
  • Bruno da Silva Gaspar
  • Raimundo Antonio de Lima Praxedes Neto
  • Paulo Paulo Goberlânio Barros Silva

Resumo

Jacob's disease is a rare condition that consists of the formation of a pseudo joint structure between the mandibular coronoid process and the zygomatic bone, resulting in limited mouth opening. The disease is difficult to diagnose and etiology is uncertain. This article describes a clinical case of a 6-year-old child with limited mouth opening, which resulted in the formation of a temporomandibular ankylosis leading to complete immobility due to delayed diagnosis and treatment of the disease. A review of this pathology and the most precise imaging exams are discussed for the early and differential diagnosis of the disease.

Descriptors: Ankylosis; Temporomandibular Joint; Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.

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2020-04-20
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Avelar, R. L., Martins Neto, R. S., Gaspar, B. da S., Praxedes Neto, R. A. de L., & Silva, P. P. G. B. (2020). Development of temporomandibular ankylosis after diagnosis of Jacob’s disease: clinical and tomographic assessment. ARCHIVES OF HEALTH INVESTIGATION, 9(5), 426-428. https://doi.org/10.21270/archi.v9i5.4778
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