15 It is the third most common muscular dystrophy involving the facial muscles
resulting in a characteristic clinical appearance that may contribute to reduced facial wrinkles.
This case highlights one of the rare conditions causing neuropathy, presenting mainly with facial muscle
Electrical stimulation of the facial muscles
not only preserves the muscle bulk in complete paralysis, but also has a psychological benefit.
A positive correlation between RPE and frowning expression involving EMG evidence of facial muscle
activity during leg extension and constant workload cycling exercises has been shown (de Morree and Marcora, 2010; 2012).
In the resulting 5,000 images, they painstakingly tagged prominent landmarks for facial muscles
, such as the corners of the mouth or the outer edge of the eyebrow.
A computer game which helps improve facial muscles
is to launch in the UK.
He would watch the scrap of tissue grow and change from a mass of anonymous cells into well-defined facial muscles
Then again considering Spence only ever uses one facial muscle
this is perhaps not so bad.
The position and arrangement of the cuts suggest that a facial muscle
was sliced off in order to remove the lower jaw from the rest of the skull, Pickering says.
Whatever this gene is, it has a significant effect on brain development and is probably involved in the coordination of facial muscle
movements needed for effective speech," holds study coauthor Faraneh Vargha-Khadem, a psychologist at the Wolfson Centre in London.
Elie Levine believes the actress "received Botox to her face and likely her neck," which paralyzes facial muscle
and causes one to compensate and "recruit other muscles that are not regularly used.
Playing the bitter waitress who, through a lot of neck cracking and facial muscle
strength, manages to turn her perpetual scowl into a strained smile in the presence of customers, Ubach creates a character we've all seen, someone who'd rather be anywhere but waiting.