Dislocation

a Fixed dislocation a Fixed dislocation

Pictures Mandibul Dislocation
b Reducible dislocation
Mandibular Dislocation

Fig. 13.15 a This disk (arrow) is identified ventral to the mandibular condyle no matter whether the condyle is in the mandibular fossa when the mouth is closed (left) or whether it sits under the articular tubercle when the mouth is open (right). b This disk (arrow) is seen anterior to the mandibular condyle (at about 10 o'clock) when the mouth is closed (left). It is subluxed anteriorly. As the mouth opens (right) it assumes its normal transla-tional position between the mandibular con-dyle—which has now moved ventrally—and the articular tubercle.

Fig. 13.15 a This disk (arrow) is identified ventral to the mandibular condyle no matter whether the condyle is in the mandibular fossa when the mouth is closed (left) or whether it sits under the articular tubercle when the mouth is open (right). b This disk (arrow) is seen anterior to the mandibular condyle (at about 10 o'clock) when the mouth is closed (left). It is subluxed anteriorly. As the mouth opens (right) it assumes its normal transla-tional position between the mandibular con-dyle—which has now moved ventrally—and the articular tubercle.

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