By Goldman M.P. (Editor), Weiss R. (Editor)

Compiled via professional specialists within the box, this reference offers transparent counsel at the easy rules, methods, and problems thinking about complex dermatologic surgery-offering special assurance of filling elements, fats move recommendations, and the newest laser applied sciences.

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In another study of 10 women, Matarasso (8) compared BTX-A (15 U) and BTX-B (750 U) injected into the lateral fibers of the orbicularis oculi muscle and found that BTX-B was associated with slightly increased discomfort upon injection, a faster onset of action, a sensation of ‘‘tightness’’ in the treated area, and a briefer duration of muscle relaxation (8). Based on the results of these studies, it appears that there are key differences between BTX-A and BTX-B in their effect on injection into the facial muscles.

Br J Anaesth 1997; 78:286–289. 53. Lawson RA, Smart NG, Gudgeon AC, Morton NS. Evaluation of an amethocaine gel preparation for percutaneous analgesia before venous cannulation in children. Br J Anaesth 1995; 75(3):282–285. 54. Molodecka J, Stenhouse C, Jones JM, Tomlinson A. Comparison of percutaneous anaesthesia for venous cannulation after topical application of either amethocaine or EMLA cream. Br J Anaesth 1994; 72(2):174–176. 55. O’Connor B, Tomlinson AA. Evaluation of the efficacy and safety of amethocaine gel applied topically before venous cannulation in adults.

5 cm (diameter, 2 to 3 cm). All patients are advised to remain upright for two hours and to exercise the treated muscles as much as possible for the first four hours (38). Patients must be advised strictly to avoid rubbing or massaging the injected area for two hours following the treatment. , in patients with low-set brows, mild brow ptosis, and patients over the age of 50 years) (38). It is important to remember that the brow shape can be changed, and lack of expressivity may be caused by injection of the frontalis lateral to the mid-pupillary line.

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