Spasticity

Oct 1, 2016 by in GENERAL SURGERY Comments Off on Spasticity

Neurotoxin Dilution (U/ml saline) Maximum dose OnabotulinumtoxinA 25–100 400 U/limb; 600 U/session AbobotulinumtoxinA 200–500 1500 U/upper limb; 2000 U/lower limb; 2000 U/session RimabotulinumtoxinB Pre-diluted 10 000 U/upper limb; 17 500 U/session IncobotulinumtoxinAa 25–100 400 U/limb; 495 U/session a Published spasticity studies…

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Cosmetic uses of botulinum neurotoxins

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Fig. 21.1 Muscular anatomy of the face. Treatment techniques Botulinum neurotoxin can be reconstituted using non-preserved normal saline (per the manufacturer’s recommendations) or preserved normal saline. The benzyl alcohol preservative…

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Treatment of focal hand dystonia

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Excessive writers Musicians Others Students Pianists Typists Teachers Horn player Telegraphers Clerks ClarinetistsGuitaristsViolinistsFlutistsSaxophonists Computer operatorsWatch makersSeamstressesSurgeons/dentistsGolfersFencing mastersCobblersTailorsBookmakers This chapter discusses writer’s cramp and musician’s dystonia (cramp) in detail, the two…

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The use of botulinum neurotoxin in otorhinolaryngology

Oct 1, 2016 by in GENERAL SURGERY Comments Off on The use of botulinum neurotoxin in otorhinolaryngology

Movement disorders Disorders of the autonomous nerve system Facial nerve paralysis Gustatory sweating (Frey’s syndrome) Hemifacial spasm Hypersalivation (sialorrhea) Blepharospasm (Meige’s syndrome) Intrinsic rhinitis Synkinesis following defective healing of the…

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