Vascular malformation of the temporomandibular joint: report of a case and review of the literature

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Abstract

The diagnosis and treatment of vascular anomalies is extremely challenging because of inconsistent terminology and classification systems, as well as nonspecific clinical and radiological findings. We report a vascular malformation that was treated successfully via resection, and reconstructed using a custom-made temporomandibular joint fossa and condylar prosthesis by TMJ Concepts. The available pertinent literature is also reviewed.

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