Microarchitecture and stress patterns of the mandibular condyle: a micro-computed tomographic study

      Introduction: Mandible condyle fractures commonly present in the oral and maxillofacial (OMFS) clinic. We hypothesised a positive correlation between the prevalence of fractures and local bone density reflecting a lifelong adaptive process adhering to Wolff's law, as physiological loads are transmitted along similar lines of force to traumatic impacts.
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