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- Unilateral or bilateral involvement of mandibular condyle
- Associated with facial asymmetry and abnormal function, anomalies of ear, temporal bone and macrostomia (exaggerated width of mouth)
- May be due to mandibular fracture or trauma during growth
End of Mandible-Maxilla > Temporomandibular joint > Hypoplasia
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