TME Kursu

Learning objectives of the course; TMJ Anatomy and Physiology: Examination of the anatomical structure and functions of the temporomandibular joint and surrounding tissues, understanding how this information is reflected in clinical practice.

Pathophysiology and Dysfunctions: Investigation of the pathophysiologic basis of temporomandibular joint dysfunction and the biomechanical factors involved in this process.

Imaging Techniques and Diagnosis: Learning how to diagnose temporomandibular joint dysfunctions with the use of imaging techniques and gaining the practice of how to interpret these images.

Treatment Strategies: Evaluate the role of conservative treatment options, pharmacotherapy and surgical interventions in the management of temporomandibular joint dysfunction in line with the evidence in the literature.

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation: Learning how to provide physiologic rehabilitation of temporomandibular joint dysfunctions by determining and implementing physiotherapy protocols.

Clinical Skills and Practice: To learn how to apply the knowledge and skills acquired during the course in the clinical setting in the process of evaluating patients and creating appropriate treatment plans. These objectives define from a scientific perspective the level of knowledge and skills you expect participants to achieve at the end of the course.

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