coronoid process

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Synonyms for coronoid process

a sharp triangular process projecting from a bone

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If left untreated, the bony fragment can cause mechanical block to elbow flexion by obstructing the coronoid fossa [7].
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Osteology of the coronoid process with clinical correlation to coronoid fractures in terrible triad injuries.
Eight cases had a concomitant distal ulnar fracture, while 6 cases were associated with other injuries--lower limb fractures or ligament sprains (4 cases), homolateral coronoid fracture (1 case) and contralateral radial capitellum fracture (1 case).
The aim should to place the lateral parallel to metaphyseal flare of lateral cortex and second diverging pin should cross the fracture site at medial edge of coronoid fossa, as described by Hamdi et al11.
1) The most common sites are the long tubular bones, especially the femur, humerus, and tibia) In the maxillofacial region, they are most common in the mandible, the condylar area, and the tip of the coronoid process.
Coronoid, articular and angular process located high in the mandible, and the latter is high and verticalized.
The stratum corneum is hyperkeratotic with a thin column of poorly staining parakeratotic cells the coronoid lamella running through the surrounding normal staining cells.
The other sites for ectopic mandibular third molars include: the ramus, coronoid process, sigmoid notch and lower border of the mandible (2).
Clinical evaluation and computed tomography of his head and face revealed a small intraparenchymal hemorrhage of the right posterior temporal lobe, as well as a comminuted left parasymphyseal fracture and a displaced left mandibular angle fracture extending up thru the coronoid process (Figure 1).
Dissection Procedure: The attachment of the masseter muscle from the zygomatic arch was resected and the muscle was reflected downward, detaching from the lateral surface of the mandible to expose the coronoid process and ramus of the mandible.
PREVALENCE OF FRACTuRE CHARACTERISTICS (N=133) Fractures per mandible Single 64 (48%), multiple 69 (52%) Fracture sites Total 203; angle 79 (39%), parasymphyseal 39 (19%), body 36 (18%), condyle 33 (17%), symphysis 11 (5%), dento-alveolar 5 (3%), ramus 0, coronoid 0 Type of fracture Closed 32 (24%), open 101 (76%) Tooth in fracture line Yes 102 (77%) Displaced Yes 98 (74%) Nerve damage Yes 77 (58%) Treatment Open reduction 99 (74%), closed reduction 27 (20%), none 7 (5%) TABLE IV.