G S Kocsis

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In a survey of 1,882 prehistoric and historic skulls with 2,077 condyles, 7 double (bifid) mandibular condyles were found. One mandible with bilaterally bifid condyles is presented in detail. Possible causes and consequences of the anomaly are discussed. It is assumed that bifid mandibular condyles with anteroposteriorly situated heads are caused by early(More)
Accessory root formation on a lower medial incisor dating from the eighth century was observed. The accessory root consisted structurally of dentin (corresponding to the root of the tooth) covered with cement but had no radicular canal. It is therefore not a real supernumerary root. Postmortem deformation was excluded by examination of the alveolar bone. It(More)
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