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Fig. 3. Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) and T2-weighted magnetic resonance (MR) images of Case 3. (A) The sagittal CBCT shows erosion, reduced vertical dimension of articular eminence and condyle, and the loose body on the right temporomandibular joint. (B) The sagittal MR image shows disc perforation in an anteroposterior direction completely along with effusionin the closed-mouth position. (C) The sagittal MR image in the maximum opening position shows the articular eminence and the condyle are nearly close. The arrowheads indicate the perforated disc.
Journal of Oral Medicine and Pain 2019;44:189-94
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