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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Pediatrics

Children born to women who consume alcohol during pregnancy have Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. This damage mostly occurs later intellectual development. Alcohol also alters the function of the placenta, decreasing the oxygen transfer and various essential nutrients ,.

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Face tension wires

Aesthetic Medicine

The thread lift is a fine yarns used in cosmetic surgery to rejuvenate the face and can be applied both to eliminate facial wrinkles and sagging, to raise eyebrows, or even to redefine the oval of the face and jawline . Two types of threads: permanent, which are made of propylene; and temporary, dioxanone made with material that after two years it is reabsorbed by the body without any operation. Interventions thread lift surgery require making small incisions through which...

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Facelift

Aesthetic Medicine

Facial rejuvenation is the use of various techniques to correct the signs of aging on the skin. Aging is a slow and inevitable process that begins to be felt on the skin of the face after 35 years. As a result there are a series of changes in the skin such as wrinkles, sagging, appearance of pigmented lesions (spots) and vascualres among others that can be corrected and achieve rejuvenation of facial skin. For example, fillers may be treated with wrinkles, peeling and...

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Facelift

Aesthetic Medicine

The facelift, or facial rejuvenation surgery, is a procedure that corrects the most visible signs of aging of the face, by tightening of the muscles of the face, reducing fat redistribution skin and tissue removal excess. A full facelift reduces sagging and restructuring or taken down damaged areas of the face. This operation is usually performed through incisions inside the hairline and behind the earlobe, continuing to the neck if necessary, so that scars...

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Facelift Without Surgery

Aesthetic Medicine

The facelift without surgery is a minimally invasive technique, since it does not require surgery or anesthesia, thus avoiding undergo surgery. The goal is naturally to provide the patient's face and neck and other parts of the body.

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Facial Fillers

Aesthetic Medicine

Wrinkle treatment with facial fillers is a technique of facial rejuvenation without discrimination on the infiltration of substances such as hyaluronic acid, to remove wrinkles and restore firmness of the skin, especially in the corners of the mouth surgery, the upper lips, eyebrows, forehead or cheek. The filler is injected with a fine needle and a short skin depth, depending on the type of substance that composes, its effect has a different duration. Among the different...

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facial flushing

Vascular Surgery

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Facial implants

Plastic surgery

Facial implants are used in surgery to improve both the proportion and harmony to correct facial disfigurements and congenital malformations, or to rehabilitate or replace structures and parts of his face disfigured by trauma, injuries or accidents. Specifically, the implants used in craniofacial and maxillofacial reconstructive surgery are inserted into the area required for applications such as: straighten the structure or jaw line, which can also lead to problems of...

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Facial Mesotherapy

Aesthetic Medicine

Facial Mesotherapy is a technique of facial rejuvenation. Through small injections it is supplied to the facial skin different principles as hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals, coenzymes, nucleic acids, etc.Combate aging, sagging and improve the skin hydration.

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facial nerve

Otolaringology

The facial nerve is located in the skull and is the engine of skin muscles of the face and neck, and reaches the muscles of the small bones of the ear, with the exception of internal muscle innervated by the trigeminal hammer. The sensory fibers are related to a part of the ear, the ear canal, tympanic membrane and sensory taste fibers from the anterior thirds of the tongue. The most common causes of having a unilateral facial pathology are suddenly facial paralysis and stroke. In the case...

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