Journal of Oral Medicine and Pain

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Fig. 5. Electromyogram result of both masseter and temporalis muscles. The response of the Lt masseter and temporalis muscles during clenching was much more apparent than the Rt side, even considering the noise in the right masseter channel. Lt, left; Rt, right.
J Oral Med Pain 2022;47:217-21
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