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Figure 2: A, Right and B, left sagittal CT sections of TMJ show broad and flattened (open arrow) right mandibular condyle (black star) as compared with normal shape of the left condyle (white star) in B, prominent osteophytes, subchondral irregularity, and sclerosis of anterior part of condylar head (white arrow) with narrowed anterior joint space (white star). The right coronoid process is elongated (black arrow) as compared with left (black star) in B. Note the subtle ossification in the adjacent lateral pterygoid (brown arrows) and temporalis muscles (not shown)

Figure 2: A, Right and B, left sagittal CT sections of TMJ show broad and flattened (open arrow) right mandibular condyle (black star) as compared with normal shape of the left condyle (white star) in B, prominent osteophytes, subchondral irregularity, and sclerosis of anterior part of condylar head (white arrow) with narrowed anterior joint space (white star). The right coronoid process is elongated (black arrow) as compared with left (black star) in B. Note the subtle ossification in the adjacent lateral pterygoid (brown arrows) and temporalis muscles (not shown)