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Cadaver Lab Online – English Version

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CLINICAL ANATOMY
FILLER AND BOTULINUM TOXIN

After the big success in Italy, Sergio Noviello Academy presents CADAVER LAB ONLINE English Version!

Knowing the anatomy of the face is essential to be able to carry out a medical treatment. A doctor’s or dentist’s lack of understanding of the complex network of facial muscles, nerves and vessels (arteries and veins) can transform a simple injection of filler or botulinum toxin into an unpleasant side effect.

Any specialist, doctor, dentist, dermatologist, ENT, cosmetic or maxillofacial surgeon, who decides to inject any product into an area of the face, must absolutely have an excellent knowledge of both the clinical anatomy and that of the chosen area. Not only the surface anatomy must be taken into consideration, but all the underlying planes including the skin, the musculoaponeurotic layer, the skeletal structure and all the relevant vasculonervous components.

Many facial muscles can be defined as three-dimensional having a deep bony origin and a superficial cutaneous or subcutaneous insertion.

Knowledge of anatomy and muscle physiology then proves fundamental for the infiltration of botulinum toxin. The neurotoxin, as is well known, works by blocking the neurotransmitter at the neuromuscular plate level.

This leads to the important need to fully understand the action on agonist muscles, antagonist muscles and the possible propagation and diffusion of the protein at a distance.
Lastly, a modern concept of medicine, such as the Bloodless Atraumatic Technique (BAT), cannot go beyond the reduction of immediate and post-treatment secondary effects. And precisely in this direction, a perfect knowledge of anatomy allows the reduction of trauma, edema, swelling and unnecessary bleeding, improving the general experience of the patient.

  • SECTION 1
    Introduction
    Predissection Marking
  • SECTION 2
    Upper third
    Frontal Region Subcutaneous dissection
  • SECTION 3
    Upper third
    Frontal Region Subcutaneous dissection
    Forehead Clinical Anatomy
  • SECTION 4
    Upper third
    Forehead Clinical Anatomy
    Identification of Glabellar vascular and nervous structures
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 5
    Upper third
    Periorbital Area
    Clinical Anatomy
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 6
    Upper third
    Temporal Area Dissection
    Identification of Temporal vascular and nervous structures
    Clinical Anatomy Temporalis Fascia
  • SECTION 7
    Upper third
    Temporal Area
    Clinical Anatomy Temporalis Fascia
    Superficial Musculo Aponeurotic System (SMAS) Dissection
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 8
    Mid third
    Mid Face Dissection
    Superficial Fat Compartments
    Superficial Musculo Aponeurotic System (SMAS) Dissection
  • SECTION 9
    Mid third
    Superficial and Deep Fat Compartments
    Clinical Anatomy
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 10
    Mid third
    Nose Dissection
    Clinical Anatomy
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 11
    Mid third
    Nose Clinical Anatomy
    Identification of nasal vascular and nervous structures
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 12
    Lower third
    Clinical Anatomy
    Superficial Musculo Aponeurotic System (SMAS) Dissection
  • SECTION 13
    Lower third
    Clinical Anatomy
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Facial Artery and Vein
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 14
    Lower third
    Clinical Anatomy Perioral Area and Nasal Area
    Superficial Musculo Aponeurotic System (SMAS)
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Modiulus
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 15
    Lower third
    Clinical Anatomy Perioral Area and Lips
    Superficial Musculo Aponeurotic System (SMAS)
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 16
    Lower third
    Platysma Dissection
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Fat Compartments
  • SECTION 17
    Lower third
    Neck Clinical Anatomy
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Fat Compartments
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 18
    Upper third, Mid third and Lower third
    Botulinum toxin Clinical Anatomy
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Danger Zones Analysis
  • SECTION 19
    Upper third, Mid third and Lower third
    Fillers Clinical Anatomy
    Identification of vascular and nervous structures
    Danger Zones Analysis

 

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CADAVER LAB ONLINE English Version is inspired to Harvard University trainings is organized in smart lessons for each area.

 

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