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Neurotoxin Injection for Smile Lines and Crow’s Feet, Selected From Cosmetic Injection Techniques: A Text and Video Guide to Neurotoxins and Fillers, 2e, Theda C. Kontis and Victor G. Lacombe, 2019Source: Kontis T, Lacombe V, ed. Cosmetic Injection Techniques: A Text and Video Guide to Neurotoxins and Fillers. 2nd Edition. Thieme; 2019. doi:10.1055/b-006-160134Comment: Smile lines and crow’s feet are two of the most commonly sought-after areas for treatment with BoNTA. To soften or eliminate wrinkles around the lateral and inferior orbit, injection of the orbicularis oculi muscles can prevent movement-related creasing of the overlying skin associated with expression and baseline muscle tension. Neurotoxin injection will not improve static wrinkles or deep creases due to photoaging.
Chapter 1. The Aesthetic Surgery Patient, Selected From Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery, Jeffrey E. Janis, 2018Source: Janis J, ed. Essentials of Aesthetic Surgery. 1st Edition. Thieme; 2018. doi:10.1055/b-006-149929Comment: Cosmetic surgery is elective and rarely addresses medical conditions, but it restores or improves physical features that are concerning to patients. Although the request for aesthetic surgery is most commonly associated with aging, some patients seek improvement of normal anatomic structures to enhance their appearance.
Chapter 1. Nonadherence of the Nail Plate, Selected From Problems in Hand Surgery: Solutions to Recover Function, Michael W. Neumeister and Michael Sauerbier, 2020Source: Neumeister M, Sauerbier M, ed. Problems in Hand Surgery: Solutions to Recover Function. 1st Edition. Thieme; 2020. doi:10.1055/b-006-163734Comment: A 63-year-old woman presents with a nail deformity present for 2 years. She recalls a stabbing injury to her proximal nail plate while performing a self-manicure.
- E-JournalSource: Buchel E W, Flick N, Teichmann J et al. 2019; 35(03): -.
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