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Reducing the Isolated Occipital Skull Bone Protrusion Deformity

The back of the head is typically called the occiput or occipital bone. But anatomically this is inaccurate as only the lower central part of the back of the head is the occipital bone. Much of the back of the head is the parietal bone which lies above the inverted v-shaped lambdoid sutures. Appreciating the Read More…

Technical Strategies – Importance of Mid-Forehead Ligation Point for Prominent Temporal Artery Appearance Reduction

Prominent ‘veins’ or ‘worms’ that cross from the temples into the forehead are neither….they are arteries… specifically the anterior branch of the superficial temporal artery. This enlarged branch of the superficial temporal artery occurs almost exclusively in men presumably because of the thicker muscle layer in the  arterial walls of a male. Why it gets Read More…

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