Computed tomographic features of bilateral coronoid process hyperplasia with special emphasis on patients without interference between the process and the zygomatic bone.

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OBJECTIVE To reveal computed tomography (CT) features of patients with coronoid process hyperplasia without interference between the process and the zygomatic bone. STUDY DESIGN A case-control study was designed. Thirteen cases without interference (2 male and 11 female, 28-56 years old) and 65 controls were sampled from a patient database. Differences in… (More)

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