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Jaw biomechanics: Estimation of activity of muscles acting at the temporomandibular joint

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The aim of this study was to elaborate a method of estimation of activity of surface muscles acting at the temporomandibular joint of the healthy subjects by using a surface electromyography (EMG). The scope of this study involved testing chosen jaw motions (open, close, lateral deviation) and process of mastication occurring during eating food with different toughness (chewing gum, cereal and carrot) by using mixed sides, right side and left side of the jaw.

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Type:
publikacja w in. zagranicznym czasopiśmie naukowym (tylko język obcy)
Published in:
AIP Conference Proceedings no. 2078, pages 020105 - 020113,
ISSN: 0094-243X
Language:
English
Publication year:
2019
Bibliographic description:
Wojnicz W., Lubowiecka I., Tomaszewska A., Szepietowska K., Bielski P. M.. Jaw biomechanics: Estimation of activity of muscles acting at the temporomandibular joint. AIP Conference Proceedings, 2019, Vol. 2078, iss. 1, s.020105-020113
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Digital Object Identifier (open in new tab) 10.1063/1.5092108
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  1. activities were calculated as mean value of EMG data processed for: 1. mouth opening motion for five trials (Fig. 2); open in new tab
  2. 2. mouth closing motion for five trials (Fig. 2); open in new tab
  3. protrusion-retrusion motion for four trials (Fig. 3); open in new tab
  4. retrusion-protrusion motion for four trials (Fig. 3); open in new tab
  5. 5. lateral deviation from the start (neutral) position to the right side for five trials (Fig. 4); open in new tab
  6. 6. lateral deviation from the start (neutral) position to the left side for five trials (Fig. 4); open in new tab
  7. 7. lateral deviation from the right side to the left side for five trials (Fig. 5); open in new tab
  8. biting a chewing gum by using mixed sides for seven bites counted from third bite (Fig. 6); open in new tab
  9. biting a chewing gum by using a right side for seven bites counted from third bite (Fig. 7); open in new tab
  10. 10. biting a chewing gum by using a left side for seven bites counted from third bite (Fig. 7); open in new tab
  11. 14. biting a carrot by using mixed sides for seven bites counted from third bite (Fig. 10); open in new tab
  12. 15. biting a carrot by using a right side for seven bites counted from third bite (Fig. 11); open in new tab
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