condyle


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a round bump on a bone where it forms a joint with another bone

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According to our results, HQ-angle measurements were positively correlated with cartilage grading by US and K-L grading and were negatively correlated with medial femoral condyle.
12],[13],[14] Another surgical technique that confirms the correspondence between measurements of resected condyle thickness obtained with calipers and measured on radiographs could verify the accuracy of distal femoral bone resection during TKA, which could improve the accuracy of conventional surgical techniques.
During postoperative week 1, the patient developed a non-purulent, non-erythematous draining wound over the medial femoral condyle where the calcium phosphate had been injected.
Semi-serial sections, 7 pm thick, were made in the parasagittal plane of the condyle region, using a Leica RM 145[R] microtome, and stained with hematoxylin and eosin, mounted on slides with the use of Permount.
010; DePuy Synthes Trauma, DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc, West Chester, PA, USA) was positioned in the lateral femoral condyle to serve as a suture anchor.
This incision gives access to the fracture except the medial condyle and posterior aspects of the condyles.
Lower stump was re-contoured to simulate condyle to avoid any sharp margins.
Face-bow is used electively in carrying the relationship between maxilla and the condyles from the patient to the articulator.
Some authors suggest that disk displacement itself has an adverse effect on condyle growth.
Twenty-one patients had knee ligament damage, 16 had a tibial plateau fracture, 18 had a femoral fracture, and 3 had a femoral fracture combined with a femoral condyle fra- cture.
Dislocation of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the dislodgment of the head of condyle from the glenoid fossa.
After cutting the femoral condyle to implant the prosthesis, we observed that the pigmentation was localized to the cartilage layer (Figure 2(b)).