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Figure 2: (a) (1) condylar axis fragment, (2) lateral fragment, (3) medial fragment, and (4) Allen wrench for screws. (b) Condylar axis fragment from three aspects (1) rectangular process, (2) cylindrical portion, (3) hole for screw, and (4) hole for passage of condylar axis. (c) Lateral fragments. Up: Lateral aspect. Down: Medial aspect. (1 and 2) Holes for screws to connect medial fragment to lateral fragment and (3) hole for screw to fix the fragment to articular fossa. (d) Medial fragments (1) Lengthwise slot, (2 and 3) hole for screw to connect medial fragment to lateral fragment, and (4) hole for screw to increase retention.

Figure 2: (a) (1) condylar axis fragment, (2) lateral fragment, (3) medial fragment, and (4) Allen wrench for screws. (b) Condylar axis fragment from three aspects (1) rectangular process, (2) cylindrical portion, (3) hole for screw, and (4) hole for passage of condylar axis. (c) Lateral fragments. Up: Lateral aspect. Down: Medial aspect. (1 and 2) Holes for screws to connect medial fragment to lateral fragment and (3) hole for screw to fix the fragment to articular fossa. (d) Medial fragments (1) Lengthwise slot, (2 and 3) hole for screw to connect medial fragment to lateral fragment, and (4) hole for screw to increase retention.