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*  Dislocation of jaw
This dislocation will push the jaw back affecting the alignment of the mandibular condyle and mastoid. Superior dislocations ... This joint is located where the mandibular condyles and the temporal bone meet. Membranes that surround the bones help during ... are the masseter and temporalis which pull up on the mandible and the lateral pterygoid which relaxes the mandibular condyle. ... "Management of long-standing mandibular dislocation". International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 40 (8): 810-4. ...
*  Condylar hypoplasia
Canger, E M; Çelenk, P (2012-3). "Aplasia of the mandibular condyle associated with some orthopaedic abnormalities". ... Condylar hypoplasia is known as underdevelopment of the mandibular condyle. Congenitally (primary) caused condylar hypoplasia ... The injury causes stop of growth in the condyle, resulting in a smaller condyle. The type of injuries that can happen are most ... Congenital condylar hypoplasia happens when a person is born with smaller condyle than normal. The small condyle can be present ...
*  Theories of Craniofacial Growth
In comparison, cartilage from mandibular condyle did not grew as well. Therefore, cartilage at condyle, cranial base ... In this theory, mandibular condyle having cartilage at its end allows the downward and forward growth of the mandible. Maxilla ... Some examples include membranous bones of cranium, mandibular condyle. This theory was popularized by Allan G. Brodie in 1940s ... However, 20% the condyle does not regrow because of the extent of the injuries. The extent of trauma and soft tissue scarring ...
*  Isocetus
2013) based on characters of the mandibular condyle and dentary. A complete thalassothere specimen from Belgium previously ...
*  Frey's syndrome
"Frey Syndrome-An Underreported Complication to Closed Treatment of Mandibular Condyle Fracture? Case Report and Literature ...
*  Hemotympanum
It may also be secondary to fractures of the mandibular condyles. Blueprints Neurology, 2nd ed. ...
*  Struthiosaurinae
... the presence of mandibular condyles that are three times wider than long; premaxillary and dentary teeth that are near a ...
*  Pseudocyst
Zadik, Yehuda; Aktaş, Alper; Drucker, Scott; Nitzan, Dorrit W. (2012). "Aneurysmal bone cyst of mandibular condyle: A case ...
*  Temporomandibular joint
The condyle of the mandible articulates with the temporal bone in the mandibular fossa. The mandibular fossa is a concave ... This mandibular growth center in the condyle allows the increased length of the mandible needed for the larger permanent teeth ... It attaches to the articular eminence, the articular disc and the neck of the mandibular condyle. The unique feature of the ... A growth center is located in the head of each mandibular condyle before an individual reaches maturity. This growth center ...
*  Odontogenic cyst
"Aneurysmal bone cyst of mandibular condyle: A case report and review of the literature". J Craniomaxillofac Surg. 40 (8): e243- ...
*  Mandibular fracture
Abdel-Galil, K.; Loukota, R. (2010). "Fractures of the mandibular condyle: Evidence base and current concepts of management". ... Mandibular fracture, also known as fracture of the jaw, is a break through the mandibular bone. In about 60% of cases the break ... White arrow is a fracture on the neck of the condyle. Black arrow shows the condyle pulled to the medial. The same injury can ... Mandibular fractures occur most commonly among males in their 30s. Mandibular fractures are typically the result of trauma. ...
*  Articular tubercle
The mandibular condyle normally moves over the articular tubercle during physiologic maximal opening of the jaw. Base of skull ... This tubercle forms the front boundary of the mandibular fossa, and in the fresh state is covered with cartilage. ...
*  Avascular necrosis
Baykul, T; Aydin, Ma; Nasir, S (Nov 2004). "Avascular necrosis of the mandibular condyle causing fibrous ankylosis of the ...
*  Cephalometric analysis
The mandibular unit length is measured from posterior border of mandibular condyle (Co) to Pogonion. This analysis also looks ... The maxillary unit length is measured from posterior border of mandibular condyle (Co) to ANS. ... Trabecular structures in the mandibular symphysis. Trabecular structures related to the mandibular canal. The lower contour of ... Posterior Arc - Arc of a circle between anterior cranial base and mandibular base with O as centre and OSp as radius. Basal Arc ...
*  Activator appliance
... performed studies which found that Lateral pterygoid muscle played an important role on Mandibular condyle cartilage growth. ... The mandibular part of this appliance was same as the original mandibular part of activator, only the maxillary modification ... In this modification, the maxillary and mandibular active plates are joined at the 1st permanent molar region using a U shaped ... The functional adaptation led to a new way of mandibular closing pattern. This view was later supported by Alexandre Petrovic ( ...
*  Battle's sign
... may be confused with a spreading hematoma from a fracture of the mandibular condyle, which is a less serious ...
*  Megaladapis
... no permanent upper incisors or the presence of an expanded articular facet on the posterior face of the mandibular condyle. ...
*  Posterior Guided Occlusion
It allows the antero-medial aspect of the head of the mandibular condyle to be firmly braced on the medial aspect of the ... The variation in length is relative to the differing distances from the gliding condyle.. ...
*  Bernhard Bardenheuer
In 1909 he performed an autogenous bone graft of the mandible, a procedure that involved replacement of a mandibular condyle ...
*  Condyloid process
... the mandibular condyle. It is thicker than the coronoid process of the mandible and consists of two portions: the condyle and ... Mandibular condyle at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) "Anatomy diagram: 34256.000-2". Roche ... The condyle presents an articular surface for articulation with the articular disk of the temporomandibular joint; it is convex ... The articular surface of the condyle is covered by fibrous tissue, and interfaces with an articular disk (or meniscus) of ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A14)
... mandibular condyle MeSH A14.521.645 --- maxilla MeSH A14.521.658 --- palate MeSH A14.521.658.660 --- palate, hard MeSH A14.530. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A02)
... mandibular condyle MeSH A02.835.232.781.324.502.645 --- maxilla MeSH A02.835.232.781.324.502.660 --- palate, hard MeSH A02.835. ...
*  Archaic human admixture with modern humans
... a high mandibular coronoid processus, the relative perpendicular mandibular condyle to notch crest position, and a narrow ... It displays a lingual bridging of the mandibular foramen, not present in earlier humans except Neanderthals of the late Middle ... an asymmetrical and shallow mandibular notch shape, ...
*  Radiographic classification of osteoarthritis
... subchondral sclerosis of the mandibular condyle has been described as an early change, condylar flattening as a feature of ...
*  Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
When the mouth is opened, the initial movement of the mandibular condyle is rotational, and this involves mainly the lower ... Asymmetric mandibular movement with or without clicking. Limitation of mandibular movements. Pain present for a minimum of 3 ... There may also be incoordination, asymmetry or deviation of mandibular movement. Noises from the joint during mandibular ... Limited range of mandibular movement, which may cause difficulty eating or even talking. There may be locking of the jaw, or ...
*  Jeholosaurus
Between the condyles of the lower femur the (anterior) extensor groove is absent. The fourth trochanter is pendant and located ... The fused mandibular symphysis might indicate a relation with the Marginocephalia. Very basal ornithischian traits included the ...