Meige

Mei·ge

(mezh'ĕ),
Henri, French physician, 1866-1940. See: Meige disease.
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Bilateral pallidal stimulation for idiopathic segmental axial dystonia advanced Meige syndrome refractory to bilateral thalamotomy.
Long-term botulinum toxin treatment of benign essential blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, and Meige syndrome.
Summary: The present case report described a 61-year-old female patient who was diagnosed as Meige syndrome with double eyelid spasm, anxiety and insomnia.
They cover the history of clinical applications of botulinum toxin, how it works, facial muscle anatomy, and commercially available products, equipment and supplies, reconstitution and dilution recommendations, and clinical implementation, followed by chapters on uses in the treatment of blepharospasm, Meige syndrome, hemifacial spasm, functional disorders like hyperhidrosis and dry eye, neuro-ophthalmic conditions, and cosmetic applications, as well as periorbital rejuvenation using cosmetic filler agents and fat injection and marketing botulinum toxin and dermal filler agents to build a practice.
Meige syndrome, on the other hand, is a form of blepharospasm accompanied by oromandibular dystonia with manifestations in the face, jaw, and neck (2).
Henry Meige, "The Wanderingjew in the Clinic: A Study in Neurotic Pathology," in The Wanderingjew: Essays in the Interpretation of a Christian Legend, ed.
According to the Estonian etymological dictionary the Estonian word meig, mei(u) denoting a holiday birch has its source in the Low German word mei, meige 'May' (EES 279).
Long-term botulinum toxin treatment of benign essential blepharospasm hemifacial spasm and Meige syndrome.
Other differential diagnoses include lymphoedema-distichiasis syndrome, Meige disease, hypotrichosis-lymphedema-telangiectasia syndrome, Turner syndrome, Noonan syndrome, and lymphoedema with yellow nails/yellow nail syndrome.
She reported excessive drooling, starting 2 years ago, and reported being told she had Meige syndrome/blepharospasm.
Tourette's syndrome, Meige syndrome, primary dystonias, Ekbom syndrome (restless legs), spontaneous dyskinesias associated with aging (senile chorea), edentulous chorea