Definition of Condyloid process
1. Noun. The condyle of the ramus of the mandible that articulates with the skull.
Group relationships: Jawbone, Jowl, Lower Jaw, Lower Jawbone, Mandible, Mandibula, Mandibular Bone, Submaxilla
Generic synonyms: Condyle
Medical Definition of Condyloid process
1. The articular process of the ramus of the mandible; it includes the head of the mandible, the neck of the mandible and pterygoid fovea. Synonym: processus condylaris, condyloid process, mandibular condyle. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Condyloid process
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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1868)
"It tsy to guess the nature of the injury, and it required little manipulation ;ct a simple fracture of the condyloid process of the right side, ..."
2. A Sketch of the Life and Writings of Robert Knox, the Anatomist by Henry Lonsdale (1870)
"Supra-condyloid process.—Hip Joint.— Surgical Opinions.—Monkey and Man.—Lectures in Glasgow.—The sad Fall. THE idea of a general unity or type in the animal ..."
3. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1854)
"Taken along with the existence of a supra-condyloid process, this groove is naturally supposed to correspond to the position of the deviating nerve or ..."
4. The London Medical Gazette (1843)
"This supra-condyloid process, as it really and truly was, with its ligamentous band tying it to the inner condyle, M. Tiedemann calls an " ex- crescentia ..."
5. A Treatise on dislocations and fractures of the joints by Astley Cooper, Bransby Blake Cooper (1851)
"THE parts which constitute the articulation of the lower jaw, are the glenoid cavity of the temporal hone, and the condyloid process of the lower jaw-bone, ..."
6. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology (1867)
"An abnormal high origin of the pronator teres muscle is often present with the supra-condyloid process, as in the instances given by Tiedemann and Gruber ..."
7. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1839)
"... great height of the condyloid portion — along the outer side of which there is an elevated ridge which represents the coronoid. The condyloid process ..."