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Meckel's cartilage is replaced by:

 # Which of the following replace Meckel’s cartilage? 
a. The body of the mandible and the cartilaginous condyle. 
b. The body of the mandible and the condylar unit. 
c. The condylar unit and the angular process. 
d. The alveolar process and the cartilaginous condyle.



The correct answer is: A. The body of the mandible and the cartilaginous condyle.

Together, the body of the mandible and the cartilaginous condyle replace Meckel’s cartilage. The body of the mandible and the condylar unit do not replace Meckel’s cartilage. The condylar unit and the angular process do not replace Meckel’s cartilage. The alveolar process and the cartilaginous condyle do not replace Meckel’s cartilage.

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