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Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the right temporomandibular joint in a 28-year-old female with temporomandibular disorders. (a and c) Proton density-weighted sagittal and coronal oblique cross section imaging at the closed mouth position (arrow: Disc displacement). (b) Proton density-weighted sagittal oblique cross-section imaging at the maximum mouth opening position. (d and f) T2-weighted sagittal and coronal oblique cross-section imaging at the closed mouth position (arrow: Temporomandibular joint effusion). (e) T2-weighted sagittal oblique cross-section imaging at the maximum mouth opening position (arrow: Temporomandibular joint effusion)

Figure 1: Magnetic resonance imaging of the right temporomandibular joint in a 28-year-old female with temporomandibular disorders. (a and c) Proton density-weighted sagittal and coronal oblique cross section imaging at the closed mouth position (arrow: Disc displacement). (b) Proton density-weighted sagittal oblique cross-section imaging at the maximum mouth opening position. (d and f) T2-weighted sagittal and coronal oblique cross-section imaging at the closed mouth position (arrow: Temporomandibular joint effusion). (e) T2-weighted sagittal oblique cross-section imaging at the maximum mouth opening position (arrow: Temporomandibular joint effusion)