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Temporomandibular Joint Surgery

Open Discopexy and “Functional Arthroplasty”
      The facial nerve runs over the superficial temporalis fascia along part of the zygomatic arch; for this reason, it is important to conduct dissection of the deep temporalis fascia.

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