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Lysis and Lavage

What Else in Temporomandibular Joint Surgery?
      Five approaches have been described for TMJ arthroscopy: superior posterolateral approach, inferior posterolateral approach, superior anterolateral approach, inferior anterolateral approach, and endoaural approach.

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