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Practical Guide to Botulinum Toxin Injections


ISBN: 9780826148681

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Practical Guide to Botulinum Toxin Injections is the perfect solution for trainees and novice injectors looking for technical guidance performing chemodenervation procedures using botulinum toxin. This high-yield pocket book provides a visual roadmap for procedural targets with illustrations of each muscle and labeled injection sites and includes dosing recommendations for all clinically-available toxins.

The manual walks readers through a brief introduction to toxin use before diving into applications muscle by muscle. Each body region gives a closer look at the individual muscles involved, detailing muscle action, injection localization, recommended dosing and injection sites, and pearls and pitfalls where relevant. Later sections address other clinical applications including cervical dystonia, migraine, blepharospasm, hyperhidrosis, and special clinical syndromes such as writers cramp. Complete with original illustrations detailing anatomy and suggested injection localization for targeted muscles, this “one-stop-shop” reference will appeal to anyone in physical medicine and rehabilitation, neurology, dermatology, pain management, and other fields seeking to acquire or reinforce skills.

Key Features:

  • Over 135 detailed anatomic illustrations with suggested injection points
  • Dosing recommendations for 95 muscles throughout the upper and lower limbs and axial muscle groups
  • Coverage of clinical applications and syndromes to help providers recognize common patterns of muscle involvement
  • Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers

Paperback,125 illustrations,203 x 127


  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Part 1. Introduction
  • Chapter 1. Introduction to Botulinum Neurotoxin
  • Chapter 2. Patient Evaluation
  • Part 2. Clinical Applications: Upper Limb Spasticity and Dystonia
  • Chapter 3. Muscles of the Pectoral Girdle and Shoulder
  • Chapter 4. Muscles of the Upper Arm
  • Chapter 5. Muscles of the Forearm
  • Chapter 6. Muscles of the Hand
  • Part 3. Clinical Applications: Lower Limb Spasticity and Dystonia
  • Chapter 7. Muscles of the Pelvic Girdle and Hip
  • Chapter 8. Muscle of the Thigh
  • Chapter 9. Muscle of the Lower Leg
  • Chapter 10. Muscles of the Foot
  • Part 4. Clinical Applications: Axial Spasticity and Dystonia
  • Chapter 11. Muscles of the Head
  • Chapter 12. Muscles of the Neck
  • Chapter 13. Muscles of the Trunk
  • Part 5. Other Clinical Applications
  • Chapter 14. Cervical Dystonia
  • Chapter 15. Migraine
  • Chapter 16. Blepharospasm
  • Chapter 17. Hyperhidrosis
  • Chapter 18. Sialorrhea
  • Chapter 19. Chemodenervation of the Lower Urinary Tract
  • Chapter 20. Glabellar Rhytides
  • Part 6. Clinical Syndromes
  • Chapter 21. Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Chapter 22. Writers Cramp
  • Chapter 23. Hypertonicity Postures of the Upper and Lower Limb
  • Chapter 24. Trigger Points
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