By V. Benedetto Anthony
Botulinum Toxin in medical Dermatology explores botulinum toxin, from its early reputation as a nutrients borne toxin to its present shape as a pharmaceutical injectible. This top of the range, well-illustrated, functional guide provides the newest at the scientific use of other sorts of botulinum pollution to be had and offers in a transparent and concise manner all of the pertinent and up to date info on the right way to inject botulinum toxin and stay away from issues. choked with medical pictures and clinical drawing, each one bankruptcy addresses a special element of the subject. this is often the main accomplished and authoritative reference for beauty injections of BTX for elimination of facial and neck wrinkles.
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The muscles of the face can be divided into two groups: the muscles of facial expression, and the muscles of mastication1. The muscles of facial expression are somewhat unique in their arrangement and function. On the body, muscles typically have bony attachments via ligaments at either end and are responsible for movement of the body. Most of the muscles of facial expression are not attached to bone: rather they have soft tissue attachments. They tend not to move the body, but rather to move the skin and related structures to facilitate communication.
Botulinum Toxin in Clinical Dermatology by V. Benedetto Anthony