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Gracilis Muscle Graft for Facial Reanimation 

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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. 
Media: Pencil, Photoshop
Next medical illustration of This piece illustrates the anatomical relationship of the middle meningeal artery to the skull and meninges, as well as its role in extradural hematoma. It was designed for slide format.

Keywords: dura mater, diploic vein, Diploë, diploe, venous lacuna, arachnoid granulation, arachnoid mater, subarachnoid space, hematoma, superior sagittal sinus, pia mater, meningeal artery, common carotid artery, external carotid artery, maxillary artery, foramen spinosum, scalp, brain injury

Middle Meningeal Artery in Extradural Hematoma

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. Media: Pencil, Photoshop

Keywords: Publishing, Professional Education, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery, Transplantation Surgery, Pathology, Plastic Surgery

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