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Figure 1: Growth relativity hypothesis for condylar and glenoid fossa growth with continuous orthopaedic displacement. Three factors influence growth modification: (A) displacement; (B) viscoelastic tissue pull (arrows); and (C) transduction with fibrocartilage. Viscoelastic tissues include B1, superior and inferior bands of the retrodiscal fibers; B2, fibrous capsule (fine white lines); and B3, synovial fluid perfusion in a posterior direction

Figure 1: Growth relativity hypothesis for condylar and glenoid fossa growth with continuous orthopaedic displacement. Three factors influence growth modification: (A) displacement; (B) viscoelastic tissue pull (arrows); and (C) transduction with fibrocartilage. Viscoelastic tissues include B1, superior and inferior bands of the retrodiscal fibers; B2, fibrous capsule (fine white lines); and B3, synovial fluid perfusion in a posterior direction