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condyle

[′kän‚dīl]
(anatomy)
A rounded bone prominence that functions in articulation.
(botany)
The antheridium of certain stoneworts.
(invertebrate zoology)
A rounded, articular process on arthropod appendages.
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At the experimental time interval of 30 days, Groups C and E (Figures 5E and F) were shown to be close with regard to the behavior of condylar cartilage, however, there was a small increase in the proliferative layer in Group E (close to 12% more than in Group C) (Table 1).
A prospective multicenter randomized controlled trial comparing the less invasive stabilization system with the minimally invasive dynamic condylar screw system.
The lateral femoral condylar notch was measured on the lateral view [Figure 1].
However, owing to the method of measurement employed and variability of the results, the values obtained could be used as orientational information that may prove helpful in setting articulators with the mean values of condylar path inclination, while further measurements (investigations) are needed to support these findings.
In this study, 20 patients with distal end femur fractures were treated by locking condylar buttress plate.
4) It occurs unilaterally with deficiency in or complete absence of condylar growth, resulting in progressive facial asymmetry.
Kathuria, "Pseudoaneurysm of the internal maxillary artery: a rare complication of condylar fracture," Craniomaxillofacial Trauma and Reconstruction, vol.
The purpose of this case report was to describe a case of persistent posterolateral instability after several revision TKA surgeries, including revision to a condylar constrained design, satisfactorily corrected with soft-tissue reconstruction alone (fibular-based PLC reconstruction using a tibialis tendon allograft) without further prosthesis revision.
Mandibular alterations may be unilateral or bilateral and include enlarged mandibular and mental foramen, widened inferior alveolar canal, branching of mandibular canal, hyperostosis, deepened sigmoid notch, elongated condylar neck, rarefied condylar and coronoid process, medial concavity in mandibular ramus, decreased or flat gonial angle, irregular inferior cortex, and cyst like lesions [1-4, 6].
sup][8] After a condylar fracture, intra-articular hematoma with prolonged immobility induces intracapsular hematoma, and bone can form as a result of metaplasia in nonosteogenic connective tissue.
Progressive mandibular retrusion-idiopathic condylar resorption.
The third finding on the same skull was the presence of an unusual large jugular foramen divided by a bridge of bone lateral to the right occipital condyle in front of condylar fossa.