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 (kŏn′dīl′, -dl)
A rounded prominence at the end of a bone, most often for articulation with another bone.

[Latin condylus, knuckle, from Greek kondulos.]

con′dy·lar (-də-lər) adj.
con′dy·loid′ (-dl-oid′) adj.
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Adj.1.condylar - of or relating to or resembling a condyle
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Manual palpation of the acetabulum including the condylar notch; and
Differentiated articular cartilage was seen as isoechoic-mildly hyperechoic band like structure bordered with thin, medial condylar cortex.
However, while the study of the knee is possibly thousands of years old, the man-made version is only about 40 years old, the first total condylar knee replacement being completed in 1974 (the very first knee implant was performed in 1968, but those hinged implants did not work very well and had high infection rates).
However, the great match would not materialise as Dubai Millennium suffered a broken leg (a "lateral condylar fracture") in training.
3) with distinct median tooth, prostheca well developed, divided into two distinct areas, condylar molar patch narrow, composed of toothlike structures; maxillary palpomeres (Fig.
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.
The PCAST may result in the need to create reliefs in the socket to reduce forces acting on pressure-intolerant areas such as the distal tibial end, tibial ridge, fibular head, femoral condylar, and tibial condylar areas of the socket.
However, tibiofemoral motion is relatively complex and includes components of three-dimensional (3D) kinematics and femoral condylar motion.
In young children, symptoms of condylar fractures are subtle and may be overlooked.
Instead they have condylar facets vertically aligned, with a slight lingual emargination between the condyles, and the internal temporal fossa is deep and pocketed.
Ectopic mandibular third molars are not as common with only 23 cases reported in the literature since 1976 of which 13 were located in the condylar region (2).