condylar

adjective
con·dy·lar | \ˈkän-də-lər \

Definition of condylar 

: of or relating to a condyle

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Former University of Kansas point guard Devonté Graham has suffered a condylar lesion in his right knee and will miss the rest of the Las Vegas NBA Summer League, the Charlotte Hornets announced on Wednesday on the team’s official website. Gary Bedore, kansascity, "Devonté Graham suffers injury to right knee, according to report from NBA’s Hornets," 11 July 2018 This year’s Road to the Kentucky Derby has been littered with minor injuries and, in the case of the brilliant Mastery, a condylar fracture of the left front ankle. Art Wilson, Orange County Register, "Horse racing: Road to the Kentucky Derby pocked with potholes," 16 Mar. 2017 This will be a Baffert-less Derby — just the fifth since his breakthrough in 1996 — because potential favorite Mastery suffered a condylar fracture to the left front ankle after romping to a win in the San Felipe Stakes on March 11. Bryce Miller, sandiegouniontribune.com, "'White-haired guy' Baffert defines horse racing, even amid Kentucky Derby miss," 4 May 2017 But just past the finish line, Mastery took a bad step and sustained a condylar fracture, a common injury among thoroughbreds. Beth Harris, The Seattle Times, "Bob Baffert is planning to watch the Derby from his couch," 2 May 2017

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1876, in the meaning defined above

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condylar

adjective
con·dy·lar | \ˈkän-də-lər \

Medical Definition of condylar 

: of or relating to a condyle

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