Comparison between cartilage-perichondrium composite 'ring' graft and temporalis
fascia in type one tympanoplasty in children.
A self-administered questionnaire was distributed among 78 dentists from five different dental specialties serving in various dental institutes and private practices in Rawalpindi/Islamabad to assess the preferred method for evaluation of medial pterygoid, inferior lateral pterygoid, superior lateral pterygoid, masseter and temporalis
A newer technique recently described by Takahashi et al involves using a single plate under the temporalis
muscle in a hairy area by cutting the anterior site of the bone flap at alternate angles.
Make a Y-shaped temporalis
fascia incision, and retract it to expose the surgical field.
The superficial layer of the temporalis
fascia is used to provide a soft tissue cover over the conchal cartilage, while the deep temporalis
fascia is used to reconstruct the tympanic membrane (Figure 3).
Using T-scan and EMG, the tooth contact sequence, changing occlusal forces, and fluctuating muscle activity levels of the temporalis
and masseter muscle were recorded from an intercuspation followed by excursive movements till the muscle shutdown occurred.
Various graft materials have been used since then including skin, amniotic membrane, mucous membrane, dura mater, cornea, periosteum, perichondrium, vein, adipose tissue and temporalis
Surface electromyography was the method used in this study to analyze the possible changes in the electromyographic activity of the masseter and temporalis
muscles (Regalo et al.
Masticatory muscle myositis is an autoimmune canine myopathy causing focal inflammation of muscles of mastication including the temporalis
, masseter, pterygoid and rostral digastricus, all of which are innervated by mandibular branch of trigeminal nerve (Bolfa et al.
Conclusion: Type-1 tympanoplasty has a good outcome in the management of chronic suppurative otitis media, using temporalis
fascia as graft material by underlay technique.
The extracranial extension was better delineated with clear extension into the orbit, maxillary sinus, and invasion of the right pterygoid, masseter, and temporalis
muscles (Figure 1).
These muscles (called temporalis
muscles) are located on the sides of your head and are used when you chew or close your mouth.
We carefully dissected the temporoparietal fascia, making sure to preserve the facial nerve, and then dissected the temporalis
fascia to expose TMJ capsule.
8,11) The temporalis
muscle can be transposed locally to reanimate the upper and lower eyelids.
adductor mandibulae externus rostralis temporalis
(Amert) (Figure 1) is bulk and complex.