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- adj. Relating to or resembling a condyle.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to a condyle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or characterized by a condyle or condyles: as, the condylar surfaces of the tibia.
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- adj. of or relating to or resembling a condyle
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But as Eight Belles rounded the three-quarter pole, slowing her pace after the race, she collapsed with condylar fractures in both legs, said Dr. Larry Bramlage, the on-call veterinarian at Churchill.
As Eight Belles, a daughter of Unbridled's Song and Away, rounded the three-quarter pole, slowing her pace after the race, she collapsed with condylar fractures in both legs, said Larry Bramlage, the on-call veterinarian at Churchill Downs.
He thought that maybe it was a metatarsal condylar fracture, which is something he had fixed on a regular basis.
When temporalis relaxation and ipsilateral translation of the condyle occurs unilaterally, the remaining scheme of occluding teeth becomes an influential factor in the presenting symptoms, of which, contacting canines during mandibular depression is highly desirable, as it minimizes condylar translation and muscle intensity, while directing the vector pull on the condyle more anteriorly than a posterior contact.
* In the rabbit's skull f.l. anterius, the foramen rotundum, and foramen ovale are not distinct, and there are two condylar foramina instead of one, through each of which, a moiety of XII. passes.
XII., the hypoglossal, runs out of the skull by the condylar foramen (c.f.), is motor, crosses the roots of XI.,
Radiogram of Supra-condylar Fracture of Humerus in a 81
The treatment is the same as for supra-condylar fracture, but, owing to the serious disability that follows on incomplete reduction, it may be necessary to have recourse to operation.
_ -- This nerve has been ruptured in fractures passing through the canalis hypoglossi (anterior condylar foramen).
OF HUMERUS: _Supra-condylar_; _Inter-condylar_; _Separation of epiphysis_; _Fracture of either condyle alone_; _Fracture of either epicondyle alone_ -- FRACTURE OF UPPER END OF ULNA: