Submited on: 02 Apr 2015 08:19:50 PM GMT
Published on: 03 Apr 2015 10:10:52 AM GMT
Some changes in the manuscript are needed
Posted by Anonymous Reviewer on 13 May 2015 02:11:50 AM GMT Reviewed by WMC Editors

  • What are the main claims of the paper and how important are they?

    No correlations of condylar sclerorsis in female patients with TMJ disorders. A good topic of the study in dentistry.

  • Are these claims novel? If not, please specify papers that weaken the claims to the originality of this one.


  • Are the claims properly placed in the context of the previous literature?


  • Do the results support the claims? If not, what other evidence is required?


  • If a protocol is provided, for example for a randomized controlled trial, are there any important deviations from it? If so, have the authors explained adequately why the deviations occurred?


  • Is the methodology valid? Does the paper offer enough details of its methodology that its experiments or its analyses could be reproduced?


  • Would any other experiments or additional information improve the paper? How much better would the paper be if this extra work was done, and how difficult would such work be to do, or to provide?


  • Is this paper outstanding in its discipline? (For example, would you like to see this work presented in a seminar at your hospital or university? Do you feel these results need to be incorporated in your next general lecture on the subject?) If yes, what makes it outstanding? If not, why not?


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  • How to cite:  Anonymous.Some changes in the manuscript are needed[Review of the article 'Prevalence of Condylar Sclerosis in Patients with Temporomandibular Disorder ' by Molina O].WebmedCentral 2015;6(5):WMCRW003213
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