Síntomas de los trastornos de la articulación temporomandibular (ATM)
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Los síntomas de los trastornos de la ATM pueden presentarse en la cabeza o el cuello.

Articulación temporomandibular: áreas de dolor

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Una variedad de síntomas pueden sugerir trastornos de la ATM, incluso:

  • Dolor en la articulación temporomandibular
  • Sonidos o sensaciones de explosión, chasquido o de chirrido en la articulación temporomandibular mientras come y/o bebe
  • Una sensación de cierre o enganche breve de la mandíbula mientras intenta abrirla o cerrarla o al masticar
  • Dificultad al abrir completamente la boca
  • Dolor en la mandíbula
  • Dolor facial
  • Espasmo o dolor muscular en la región de la articulación temporomandibular
  • Dolor de cabeza
  • Dolor de oído
  • Dolor de cuello
  • Inflamación en uno o en ambos lados del rostro



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Last Reviewed February 2013



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