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Two-photon fluorescence microscopy, marmoset brain 

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medical illustration of Experimental technique for two-photon fluorescence microscopy in an awake marmoset in order to visualized blood vessels. Specialized skull prosthesis for microscope objective and custom designed cradle with ball and socket joint for under the microscope shown.
Next medical illustration of Summary for a surgical audience of the gracilis muscle graft for facial reanimation in cases of one-sided facial paralysis where prior neuroanastomosis of the facial nerve to a branch of the masseteric nerve was unsuccessful. A cross-facial nerve graft, anastomosed to a branch of the facial nerve on the non-paralyzed side, has been placed prior to the current surgery. 
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Gracilis Muscle Graft for Facial Reanimation

Experimental technique for two-photon fluorescence microscopy in an awake marmoset in order to visualized blood vessels. Specialized skull prosthesis for microscope objective and custom designed cradle with ball and socket joint for under the microscope shown.

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