An anatomical approach to glabellar rhytids.

@article{Macdonald1998AnAA,
  title={An anatomical approach to glabellar rhytids.},
  author={Michael Ross Macdonald and Jeffrey H Spiegel and R B Raven and Sheldon S Kabaker and Corey S. Maas},
  journal={Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery},
  year={1998},
  volume={124 12},
  pages={1315-20}
}
OBJECTIVE To identify surface landmarks that can serve as reference points to the underlying musculature in the treatment of glabellar rhytids. METHODS Fifty cadaver hemibrows were dissected to assess the location, disposition, and relationships of the brow muscles, along with their variations at each of several consistent locations. Particular attention was paid to the corrugator supercilii, frontal belly of the frontalis, and procerus muscles. CONCLUSIONS The information gained here may… CONTINUE READING

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