Research Article| Volume 27, ISSUE 2, P281-282, February 1969

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Gout of the temporomandibular joint

Report of three cases
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      Three cases in which pain in the temporomandibular joint was diagnosed as gout were successfully treated. The possibility exists that dentists and physicians may be missing or misdiagnosing gout of the temporomandibular joint.
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