The superficial temporal fat pad and its ramifications for temporalis muscle construction in facial approximation.

Abstract

The construction of the facial muscles (particularly those of mastication) is generally thought to enhance the accuracy of facial approximation methods because they increase attention paid to face anatomy. However, the lack of consideration for non-muscular structures of the face when using these "anatomical" methods ironically forces one of the two large… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2009.06.016

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@article{Stephan2009TheST, title={The superficial temporal fat pad and its ramifications for temporalis muscle construction in facial approximation.}, author={Carl N Stephan and Matthew T. Devine}, journal={Forensic science international}, year={2009}, volume={191 1-3}, pages={70-9} }