condylar process


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the condyle of the ramus of the mandible that articulates with the skull

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23) In sum, studies have demonstrated that the lateral pterygoid muscle has an effect on the growth of the condylar process, (24) the masseter muscle has an effect on the angular process, (16) and the temporal muscle has an effect on the growth of both the coronoid process (5) and the entire mandibular ramus and body, as demonstrated.
Length of angular process of mandible--short, subequal to condylar process (1); long, much longer than condylar process (2).
Fracture of condylar process is one of the most common fractures of the mandible10, 14 with a frequency that ranges from 25% to 50% of all mandibular fractures.
For future reference, the distance between the middle point of reference and the uppermost point of the condylar process was measured along reference line 4, which coincided with the vertical arrow of the angle tool.
Regarding the condylar process what could be observed that it presented itself formed predominantly by a cartilaginous tissue and was thicker in younger fetus.
Conventional radio- graphic and computed tomographic findings in cases of fracture of the mandibular condylar process.
In the dissection group there was a significant difference between sides in lower insertion of incisor to condylar process (II-CP), and lower insertion of incisor to angular process (II-AP), but not in the remaining measurements.
MORPHOMETRY OF THE CONDYLAR PROCESS AND MANDIBULAR RAMUS IN ADULT INDIVIDUALS OF THE TEMUCO CITY-CHILE
patient with isolated condylar process fracture (no associated mandibular fracture) who were treated by closed technique had significantly more malocclusions than those treated by open reduction.