Meaning of condylar in English:

condylar

adjective

Anatomy

See condyle

‘Our results showed that hypothermic storage resulted in a decrease of chondrocyte viability in condylar specimens up to 49% after 60 days.’
  • ‘It may be formed of two superimposed layers and it may be more or less fused with the lateral pterygoid or send a fasciculus to the condylar process.’
  • ‘A curious variation is an external carotid composed of two separate trunks that unite behind the condylar process of the mandible forming an anulus, from which the various branches arise.’
  • ‘The remaining elbow fractures are condylar in nature (medial or lateral condyle).’
  • ‘The surgeon removes the rod and assembly and uses an oscillating saw for condylar resection.’