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Botox injection for Strabismus


Botox injection in Strabismus – Medical illustration
Sequential artwork depicting Botox operation for correcting Strabismus (Crossed eyes).
A fine needle is passed from the side of the eye into the muscles around the eyeball, and Botulinum toxin is injected to cause temporary paralysis in the muscle.


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Botox procedure for Crossed eyes – Medical artwork
Medical illustration visually narrating the injection of Botulinum toxin into the muscles of the eyeball. Botox, which can be injected directly into the muscle through a needle electrode with electromyographic guidance. The toxin interferes with the release of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junctions and temporarily inhibits muscle contraction. This will help the eyes to fall back into correct alignment.
Low Res file for iPad and Online use: 1400x905px, 72 DPI, 475Kb: $400
High Res file for prints: 35×22.6cm, 300 DPI, 33.3Mb: $600
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