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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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Proximal-distal translations of both the medial condyle and lateral condyle were not significantly different in ACL-deficient knees compared to normal knees.
4) One of the 4 patients had haemotympanum on clinical examination, and a CTB was requested to exclude a base of skull fracture, but instead revealed a mandibular condyle fracture as the cause of the haemotympanum.
The PCS fossils do not have a transversely cylindrical condyle, and thus they cannot represent Plesiosoricidae.
At the time of disorders condyle heads in the temporomandibular joints movement is as follows: left condyle head stops, and then goes back only slightly by about 1 mm and over that time the right condyle head moves in the forward direction of the mandible.
The intermediate middle head arises by aponeurosis from the lateral surface of the lateral condyle of the femur, and ansa m.
A histochemical study of secondary cartilage of the mandibular condyle in the rat.
The PLC ligaments act to stabilise the posterolateral corner of the knee with the opposing convex surfaces of the lateral femoral condyle and lateral tibial plateau.
6) The absence of fabellae in the avian stifle requires anchoring the suture to the femoral attachment of the lateral collateral ligament, as in the first patient, or through a hole in the lateral femoral condyle, as described in the second patient.
CH type 1 is the most frequently occurring form and involves an accelerated growth rate of the "normal" growth mechanism of the mandibular condyle with relatively normal architecture of the condyle but elongation of the condylar head, neck, and mandibular body.
Diagnosis and treatment options are explained in relation to the anatomic, functional, and biomechanical principles of the mandibular condyle, so clinicians can form their own opinions about the best way to treat condylar fractures.
A 55-year old male, weighing 62 kg, was operated on for fracture of the tibial tuberosity and lateral condyle under subarachnoid block with 3.
Five characters were measured: greatest height from the condyle for articulation with angulo-articular to the tip of the dorsal process (QH); height from the condyle to the notch for the symplectic bone (QHS); greatest width (medial to lateral) in the region of the condyle (QAW); width of the condyle (QMW); and length of the condyle (QML).