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Tissue Engineering in Temporomandibular Joint Reconstruction

      Tissue engineering is a promising field for the development of new treatment strategies in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), however, rigorous preclinical trials need to be conducted to obtain serious results that may lead to translational medicine.

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