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This handout provides a general explanation for patients and family members to understand and visualize the nerves and muscles involved in facial sensations and movements. Cobo, J. L., Solé-Magdalena, A., Menéndez, I., de Vicente, J. C., & Vega, J. A. (2017). Connections between the facial and trigeminal nerves: Anatomical basis for facial muscle proprioception. JPRAS […]
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