ALTHOUGH clinical conditions affecting the temporomandibular joints are encountered infrequently, it is not uncommon for veterinary surgeons to be presented with animals suffering from prehension or mastication difficulties, for which temporomandibular joint disorders represent important differential diagnoses. Unfortunately, the anatomy of canine and feline temporomandibular joints is complex, which can lead to diagnostic and therapeutic challenges. This article aims to assist the practitioner in recognising, assessing and managing these often challenging cases.
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