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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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Cubitus varus deformity in addition to cosmetic appearance, result in elbow discomfort, pain, tardy posterolateral rotational instability, increased risk of lateral condyle fractures and late ulnar nerve palsies which may be indications for correction of deformity with a supracondylar humeral osteotomy.
Cervical spine CT scan was performed and shows a right occipital condyle fracture. This fracture was considered as type 1, stable, and we decide to nonsurgical management.
The aims of this study were to demonstrate that the use of polylactic bioabsorbable materials in lateral condyle fractures of distal humerus in children did not significantly impair the growing elbow and that the functional outcome was as good as with traditional metallic materials.
Zona, "A case of asymptomatic occipital condyle fracture with incomplete occipitocervical dislocation: how did it happen?," World Neurosurgery, vol.
We diagnosed the patient with a medial condyle fracture of the humerus (Salter-Harris [8] type IV, Milch type [9] I, and Kilfoyle type [5] III).
A comparative biomechanical evaluation of mandibular condyle fracture plating techniques.
Current concepts in the Mandibular Condyle Fracture Management Part I: Overview of Condylar Fracture.
Condyle fracture in combination with other mandibular fracture was found in 68.25% in association with midfacial and other mandibular regions was 20.6% while condylar fracture co-existing with midface fractures was found in 11.11%.
Roise, "Occipital condyle fracture and lower cranial nerve palsy after blunt head trauma--a literature review and case report, " Journal of Trauma Management and Outcomes, vol.
Open reduction of the condyle fracture of the man- dible in conjunction with repair of discal injury (discussion).
Type II: Entire condyle fracture. This fracture-dislocation may involve the medial or lateral plateau and is distinguished from the type IV fracture by a fracture line extending into the opposite compartment beneath the inter condylar eminence.