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Table 1 Characteristics of five reported cases showing condyle dislocation following mandibular reconstruction using a fibula free flap

From: Condyle dislocation following mandibular reconstruction using a fibula free flap: complication cases

Case Age/sex Pathology Region Fixation method VSP CAD/CAM surgical guide Mandibulectomy and reconstruction area Estimated cause of condylar displacement
1 36 M MNST Mandible, Lt. Reconstruction plate Fibula cutting/bending guide, RP Right mandibular canine—left ascending ramus Immediately postoperative sag of left condylar segment
2 43 M SCC, stage IVa Mandible, Rt. Reconstruction plate Fibula cutting/bending guide, RP Right mandibular premolar—right condyle Complication of reconstruction plate
3 47 M SCC, stage IVa Mandible, Lt. Miniplate Fibula cutting/bending guide, RP Left mandibular molar—left ascending ramus Inappropriate height of ramus
4 61 F SCC, stage III Mandible, Rt. Miniplate Fibula cutting/bending guide, RP Right mandibular incisor—right ascending ramus Instability and the stress-related fatigue plate fracture
5 70 M SCC, stage IVa Mandible, Rt. Miniplate Fibula cutting/bending guide, RP Right mandibular premolar—right ascending ramus Fibular bone destruction of junction area
  1. MNST malignant nerve sheath tumor, SCC squamous cell carcinoma, FFF fibula free flap, VSP virtual surgical planning, RP rapid prototyping model