Kazumi Tsurukiri

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BACKGROUND Understanding the anatomy of the lower eyelid, including the effect of aging, assists in blepharoplasty. METHODS After celloidin was embedded, 30-mum-thick serial sagittal sections from the medial to the lateral canthus were prepared from two Japanese left lower eyelid specimens obtained from a young cadaver and an old cadaver. A comparative(More)
The Japanese are mesocephalic and their faces tend to look broad when viewed from the front. The main reason for this appearance is the prominent zygoma. The temporal area is closely related to the zygoma, and when this portion of the face is excessively concave, the zygoma stands out and causes the face to appear seedy or older than the actual age. To cure(More)
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