Recent Literature on Anatomy





























































Recent Literature on Anatomy
Author O Galatoire, V Touitou et al. H Kakizaki, I Leibovitch et al. BS Kotlus, DE Heringer, RM Dryden
Year 2007 2009 2010
Journal Orbit 26(3):165–171
High-resolution MRI of the upper eyelid: correlation with the position of the skin crease in the upper eyelid
PMID: 17891644
Ophthalmology 116(10):2031–2035
Orbital septum attachment on the levator aponeurosis in Asians: in vivo and cadaver study
PMID: 19592104
(To examine the anatomic relationships between the preaponeurotic fat pad, orbital septum, and the distal end of the anterior layer of the levator aponeurosis [DEALLA] in relation to the superior tarsal plate border)
Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg 26(6):395–397
Evaluation of homeopathic Arnica montana for ecchymosis after upper blepharoplasty: placebo-controlled, randomized, double-blind study
PMID: 20683279
Country
Comments MRI provides excellent images and allows a good analysis of the upper eyelid components. It permits a detailed analysis of the architecture for a better understanding of its appearance and of the crease position In vivo , the DEALLA was always located above the STB, and the lower margin of the preapon. fat was always positioned below the DEALLA and around the STB. Orbital septum attachment on the levator aponeurosis in Asians seems to be situated above the STB border in vivo The authors find no evidence that homeopathic A. montana , as used in this study, is beneficial in the reduction or the resolution of ecchymosis after upper-eyelid blepharoplasty
Author Q Zhou, L Zhang et al.
Year 2012
Journal J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg 65(9):1175–1180
Preoperative asymmetry of upper eyelid thickness in young Chinese women undergoing double-eyelid blepharoplasty
PMID: 22647567
Country PR China
Comments Using high-def. MRI and high-precision weighing of tissue: Demonstrated that the orbicularis muscle and orbital fat pad are consistently thicker on the right side than on the left. Concluded that upper eyelid thickness asymmetry is a common phenomenon in young Chinese women

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