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Quintessence Int 31 (2000), No. 6     1. June 2000
Quintessence Int 31 (2000), No. 6  (01.06.2000)

Page 412-414

Overgrowth of a costochondral graft in temporomandibular joint reconstructive surgery: An uncommon complication
Lata, Jeevan / Kapila, Baldev Krishan
A 16-year-old girl had a history of unilateral ankylosis of the temporomandibular joint, which was reconstructed with an autogenous costochondral graft. About 2.5 years after surgery, the patient presented with overgrowth of the costochondral graft, resulting in deviation of the jaw toward the unaffected side.