By Hee-Jin Kim, Kyle K Seo, Hong-Ki Lee, Jisoo Kim
This ebook, containing greater than 2 hundred cadaveric photographs and 2 hundred illustrations, goals to familiarize physicians training botulinum toxin kind A (BoT-A) and filler injection with the anatomy of the facial mimetic muscle mass, vessels, and tender tissues in an effort to let them to accomplish optimal beauty effects whereas fending off attainable hostile occasions. Anatomic concerns of value whilst administering BoT-A and fillers are pointed out and also helpful medical directions are supplied, highlighting, for instance, the popular injection issues for BoT-A and the enough intensity of filler injection. specific insights also are provided into the diversities among Asians and Caucasians in regards to appropriate anatomy. The contributing authors comprise an anatomist who bargains exact anatomic views on BoT-A and filler remedies and 3 professional physicians from diversified specialties, particularly a dermatologist, a plastic health practitioner, and a beauty medical professional, who proportion insights received in the course of broad scientific adventure within the use of BoT-A and fillers.
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33a). In the intraoral approach, place the syringe parallel to the longer axis of the maxillary second premolar and inject the needle slowly and superiorly. Inject anesthetics when the target is located (Fig. 33b). Both approaches require caution to avoid injecting the anesthetic inside of the orbit. In such cases, diplopia may occur. 6 Nerve Block 29 a b Infraorbital n. Fig. 33 Extraoral (a) and intraoral (b) approaches for the infraorbital nerve block (Published with kind permission of ࿈ Hee-Jin Kim and Kwan-Hyun Youn 2016.
The common facial v. continues into the internal jugular v. 4 Superﬁcial Temporal Vein The superficial temporal v. receives the vein branch from the lateral side of the head. It proceeds inferiorly along the anterior side of the ear and enters the parotid gland. The superficial temporal v. merges with the maxillary v. from the inferior portion of the temporal region inside the parotid gland. 6 Connections of the Vein The facial v. lacks valves and is connected to relatively fewer branches. These two following vein connections are extremely important.
And the other proceeding superficially and running inferiorly along the face as a facial v (Fig. 46a). Intercanthal Vein The intercanthal v. has been observed at the glabella and the radix in 71 % of the cases and is located along the midpupillary line on the subcutaneous layer. 4 % of the cases showed that the intercanthal v. 3 % of the cases showed that the vein was observed inferior to the same line. All the observed intercanthal veins run through the more superficial subcutaneous layer rather than the procerus m.