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The Ladder Technique in Temporal Artery Ligations

Unaesthetic bulging vessels in the temporal region at the side of the forehead are caused by the anterior branch of the superficial temporal artery. Why it gets enlarged is not precisely known although it appears to occur almost exclusively in men. Its enlargement is clearly related to increased blood flow as the vessel becomes most Read More…

Case Study: Upper Lip Labial Artery Aneurysm

Background: Aneurysms of blood vessels can be either true (often caused by atherosclerosis and involving all three components of the arterial wall) or false. (often caused by trauma and involving just a portion of the arterial wall) Most arterial aneurysms are perceived as involving large vessels (e.g., aorta) but they can involve  any vessel small Read More…

Patient Testimonials: Prominent Facial Artery Ligation

Pulsing Prominent Facial Artery Ligation ‘The procedure when so smoothly and the pulsations from the artery on my face are gone. The bandage is off and I am sooo amazed!! So grateful!! One week later It looks better then my scars from a year and half ago!! You are the man and you have been Read More…

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