temporal branch of facial nerve

tem·po·ral branch of fa·cial nerve

[TA]
branches of facial nerve innervating the superior portion of the orbicularis oculi muscle and other muscles of facial expression above the eye.

tem·po·ral branch of fa·cial nerve

(tempŏr-ăl branch fāshăl nĕrv) [TA]
Branches of facial nerve innervating the superior portion of the orbicularis oculi muscle and other muscles of facial expression above the eye.
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On clinical examination, apart from restricted mouth opening there was an inability to frown on left side due to facial nerve palsy suggesting damaged temporal branch of facial nerve on left side and the remaining branches are intact as examined.
Wilhelmi et al 2003 (1), studied temporal branch of facial nerve by using landmarks as anterior edge of parotid gland from tragus and mesenteric tuberosity along the zygomatic arch, The risk for facial nerve injury has been reported to be increased with the inclusion of superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS) elevation as compared with a skin-only face lift.
To observe the location of Temporal branch of Facial Nerve
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