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Etiology and Epidemiology

  • Daniele ManfrediniEmail author
  • Luca Guarda-Nardini
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Statistics book series (BRIEFSSTATIST)

Abstract

In the present chapter, which is dedicated to provide examples of the different strategies to investigate for the role of etiological/risk factors and to report data for epidemiological purposes, the main focus is put on two aspects that represent the fil rouge of the various investigations here described. The first issue is related with the epidemiology of the temporomandibular disorders (TMDs), the description of which must forcedly take into account for the psychosocial features of the disease, as suggested by the biopsychosocial model of orofacial pain. The need to describe and report as many details as possible on the so-called axis II impairment is well-exampled in the large-sample study commented in the section on how to report epidemiology data. The second issue, which is strictly related to the other, is related with the shift from past beliefs of an importance of dental occlusion in the etiology and bruxism to the current concepts providing that a triangle of factors, namely, bruxism, pain, and psychosocial factors, may explain most part of the pathogenesis of TMD. Three example investigations are provided on the topic of the etiology of bruxism and TMD, all authored by two of this book’s editors. The materials and methods as well as the results sections will be edited with respect to the original publication, especially by providing specific comments on the different clinical and statistical strategies underlying the study rationale. Taken together, the information contained in this chapter succeeds to reach the twofold aim of providing suggestions for clinical purposes (i.e., presentation of the current concepts on TMD epidemiology and etiology) as well as for statistical uses (i.e., discussion of the various models that need to be adopted for some different research situations and/or to test different hypotheses).

Keywords

Masseter Muscle Myofascial Pain Sleep Bruxism Disc Displacement Orofacial Pain 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of PadovaPadovaItaly

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