Dry eye syndrome due to botulinum toxin type-A injection: guideline for prevention.

Abstract

Dry eye syndrome is a potential complication of botulinum toxin type-A injection (BTX-A) into the lateral canthal rhytids (crow's feet). The early manifestations of this syndrome are subtle and are rarely reported to the treating physician. A guideline for early detection of dry-eye state is proposed, in order to avoid more troublesome adverse effects that… (More)

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@article{Ozgur2012DryES, title={Dry eye syndrome due to botulinum toxin type-A injection: guideline for prevention.}, author={Omar K Ozgur and Daniel Murariu and Alan Ali Parsa and Fereydoun Don Parsa}, journal={Hawai'i journal of medicine & public health : a journal of Asia Pacific Medicine & Public Health}, year={2012}, volume={71 5}, pages={120-3} }