Reviewer: Nat Pernick, M.D. (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 18 October 2013, last major update January 2004
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- Usually an isolated finding in adults with unilateral facial enlargement
- Also associated with hemihypertrophy
- May be related to synovial chondromatosis or osteochondromatosis
- Thick and irregular hyaline or fibrohyaline cartilage on articular surface of condyle
- May be markedly cellular
End of Mandible-Maxilla > Temporomandibular joint > Hyperplasia
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