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Synonyms for ankylosis

abnormal adhesion and rigidity of the bones of a joint


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settled ankylotic RR as an entity by itself, associated with an extended root surface injury in which healing mechanisms with cementum are not possible and the bone comes into contact with the root surface with no intermediate attachment, as a result of severe traumatic injuries (intrusive luxation or avulsion with extended dry time).
Caption: Figure 2: Preoperative CT-Coronal section showing ankylotic mass extending till medial aspect and obliteration of joint spaces bilaterally
Under blind nasotracheal anesthesia, ankylotic bone was exposed, and burs horizontal resection was performed, and a satisfactory gap was created (Figure 3(c)).
After smoothing the ankylotic joint surface, autogenous or alloplastic material is used to replace the meniscus.
The kind of trauma that usually results in ankylosis of TMJ is predominantly experienced in childhood, and if no treatment is undertaken for a fracture of the condyle, the ankylotic mass grows in the juxtra-articular tissue; this results in a bone mass of variable size.
Inadequate exposure of the TMJ region for not to know on the adjacent structures (Facial nerve, carotid, jugular and maxillary vessels) often leads to insufficient removal of the ankylotic bone, thus leading to a recurrence of the problem.
The writing resolves nothing but threatens our own reductive desires, desires for efficiency and property in knowledge, our aversion to acknowledging too much of what we know: it disturbs the promise of the sign to solve the problem of living, which is a strategy of ankylotic thinking, after all, with its aim to keep the encounter and the conversation from ever really moving.
cardiac pacemaker, claustrophobia, large patient size, degenerative or ankylotic conditions or senile dementia) were excluded from the study because of the impossibility of their co-operation, as were patients with severe clinical conditions requiring urgent therapeutic intervention.