Temporomandibulāro traucējumu (TMT) diagnostika un vadība: jaunākie sasniegumi un klīniskais pielietojums

Temporomandibulāro traucējumu (TMT) diagnostika un vadība: jaunākie sasniegumi un klīniskais pielietojums

Klātienē

29 Apr, 2023 09:00 - 17:00
EET
Tallina
Angļu

Prof. Ambrosina Michelotti

Temporomandibulārais traucējums (TMT) ir stāvokļu kopums, kas ietekmē košanas muskuļus, temporomandibulārās locītavas (TML) un apkārtējos audus un struktūras. Šos stāvokļus raksturo akūtas vai pastāvīgas sāpes sejas un/vai priekšauss zonā, ierobežojumi vai traucējumi žokļa funkcijās un/vai trokšņi TML žokļa kustību laikā. TMT skar aptuveni 15-30 % populācijas.

Šī kursa laikā prof. Ambrosina Michelotti, viena no zināmākajām TMT ārstēšanas ekspertēm, sniegs būtiskas zināšanas par traucējumiem, apmācīs, kā diagnosticēt un pārbaudīt TMT un ārstēt tos, izmantojot dažādus protokolus.

Kursu tēmas:‡

  • Ievads TMT
  • Epidemioloģija
  • Riska faktori
  • Blakusslimības
  • Psihosociālie faktori
  • Oklūzija un TMT
  • Centrālās nervu sistēmas loma
  • TMT skrīninga rīki
  • Standartizēta klīniskā pārbaude
  • Diagnozes saskaņā ar DC/TMT
  • TMT pacientu vadība
  • un vēl daudz interesantu tēmu.

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Prof. Ambrosina Michelotti

Prof. Ambrosina Michelotti

Prof. Ambrosina Michelotti graduated in Dentistry (DDS) in 1984 and received the Honorary Degree in Dentistry at the University of Malmo (Sweden) in 2018. In 1991 she's got a degree of a specialist in Orthodontics. She is full professor in Orthodontics and Clinical Gnathology. She is a full professor and director of the post-graduate School in Orthodontics and responsible for the Master course on “Orofacial pain and Temporomandibular Disorders” at the University of Naples Federico II. She has authored or co-authored more than 170 papers published in Italian and international journals, and co-author of several book chapters. She also gave numerous lectures at international congresses. Her research interests are mainly focused on clinical orthodontics, the basic physiology of the jaw muscles, the etiology, diagnosis and management of temporomandibular disorders and on the relationship between the jaw musculature and orthodontics. She was the president of the European Academy of Craniomandibular Disorders (2010), President of the Neuroscience group of IADR (2011); President of SIDA (società italiana di disfunzioni ed algie temporomandibolari; 2012-2013); President of the RDC/TMD Consortium at the International Association of Dental Research (2013-2014); President elected of the European Society of Oral Physiology (2024). Editor in Chief of the Orthodontic and Craniofacial Research journal, Associate Editor of the European Journal of Oral Science, Associate Editor of the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, member of the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Orthodontics and referee of several national and international journals.