• The Temporalis Muscle and Its Relationship to the Accessory Attachments and the Main Pedicle - A Cadaveric Study

    One year ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery

    Lengthening temporalis myoplasty, described by Daniel Labbe in 1997, is a facial reanimation procedure for the treatment of facial nerve palsy. It involves mobilization of the temporalis muscle antero-inferiorly, and insertion of its tendon at the nasolabial fold-oral commissure region. Knowledge of the temporalis muscle is crucial in performing this procedure; however, previous anatomical studies are limited. This study on cadavers, aimed to describe the anatomical location of the temporalis muscle insertion in relation to the adjacent structures, and its main pedicle to aid surgeons in...
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