mandibular fossa

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  • noun

Synonyms for mandibular fossa

a deep concavity in the temporal bone at the root of the zygomatic arch that receives the condyle of the mandible

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Caption: Figure 3 Classification of glenoid surface with eccentric wear using three reference lines.
Based on severity, the defects were classified as mild, if involving less than one third of glenoid surface or rim; moderate if they involved one to two thirds; or severe if they involved more than two thirds of the glenoid rim or surface.
18) Grammont's reverse TSA prosthesis eliminated the neck of the glenoid component and medialized the center of rotation within the glenoid surface.
The graft was preliminarily fixed in place with three K-wires, placed parallel and medial to the glenoid surface.
The glenosphere had a diameter of 36 mm and an offset of 16 mm from the glenoid surface (Fig.
Rowe and colleagues (20) reported no significant differences in outcome after capsuloligamentous reconstruction alone, with glenoid bone loss up to one-third of the glenoid surface.