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Techniques of Botulinum Toxin Injections in the Head and Neck

Edited by: Michael S. Benninger, MD, P. Daniel Knott, MD
Details:
152 pages, Color Illustrations (4 Color), Hardcover, 5.5 x 8.5"
ISBN13: 978-1-59756-442-7

Release date: 05/14/2012
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Overview

Techniques of Botulinum Toxin Injections in the Head and Neck is a simple, direct reference that illustrates specific techniques of performing Botulinum toxins (Botox) in the head and neck. All techniques are well-illustrated to allow for use as a quick technical reference.

This book not only provides well-illustrated technical vignettes, but also addresses the many possible potential uses of Botox in the head and neck, from neurologic and functional disorders, to headaches, to cosmetic applications.

From the Foreword
Drs. Benninger and Knott have provided the clinician a useful reference guide for applications of botulinum toxins in the head and neck region. Their efforts are particularly utilitarian as they effectively cover both the function and aesthetic applications of this powerful tool.
--Corey S. Mass, MD, FACS
University of California, San Francisco

a and Neck Institute, Cleveland Clinic

Audience

Primary Subject: Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery / Facial, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Secondary Subject: Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery / Rhinology
Secondary Subject: Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery / Laryngology
Audience Level: Professional

Foreword
Gayle Woodson

Foreword
Corey S. Maas

Preface
Acknowledgment
Contributing Authors

Chapter 1. Botox in medical applications: History, Types of Toxin and Doses
Anne F. Hseu

Section I – Dystonias
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 2. Laryngeal Dystonias
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 3. Blepharospasm
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 4. Hemifacial Spasm
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 5. Spasmodic Torticollis, or Cervical Dystonia
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 6. Oralmandibular Dystonia
Michael S. Benninger

Section II – Functional Disorders
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 7. Headaches
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 8. Cricopharyngeus Muscle Dysfunction
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 9. Salivary Gland Injections
Michael S. Benninger

Chapter 10. Frey’s Syndrome
Peter C. Revenaugh

Section III – Cosmetic Applications
P. Daniel Knott

Chapter 11. Theory and Principles in Aesthetic Use
P. Daniel Knott

Chapter 12. Glabella
P. Daniel Knott

Chapter 13. Forehead Treatment and Brow Repositioning
P. Daniel Knott

Chapter 14. Periorbital Rejuvenation
Andrea Jarchow

Chapter 15. Perioral and Cervical Refinement
P. Daniel Knott

Chapter 16. Treatment of Facial Paralysis and Synkinesis
P. Daniel Knott

About The Editors

Michael S. Benninger, MD

Michael S. Benninger, MD, is chairman of the Head and Neck Institute at The Cleveland Clinic and is a professor of surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University.


P. Daniel Knott, MD

P. Daniel Knott, MD, is a facial aesthetic surgeon and Associate Staff at the Cleveland Clinic Head and Neck Institute at Cleveland Clinic.

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