Imaging Diagnosis—Temporomandibular Joint Dysplasia In A Basset Hound

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Lerer A, Chalmers HJ, Moens NMM, et al.

Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2014;55:547-551.

A 5-month-old intact male Basset Hound presented for evaluation of pain and crepitation during manipulation of the temporomandibular joint, worse on the right side. A computed tomography (CT) scan of the head was performed. The CT images demonstrated the osseous features of temporomandibular joint dysplasia and facilitated a 3D reconstruction, which allowed better visualization of the dysplastic features. The patient responded to conservative management with a tape muzzle with no recurrence reported by the owner 6 months after presentation.