- •MRI enables well demonstration of complex anatomy of TMJ and its pathological conditions especially internal derangement.
- •Dynamic MRI was a valuable technique for the evaluation of the movement patterns of the condyle & the disc in TMJ internal derangement.
- •Dynamic MRI of the TMJ could assess the biomechanics of the joint and is needed in patients with normal static MRI.
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☆Ethics approval and consent to participate: Approval for this study was obtained from the Institutional Ethics Committee in Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University [IRB no 00012098, FWA no 00018699, and serial no: 0105546]. All study procedures were carried out in accordance with the Declaration of Helsinki regarding research involving human subjects. All patients signed an informed consent form before the MRI examination.