mask face

mask face

[′mask ‚fās]
(medicine)
An expressionless face seen in certain degenerative and inflammatory diseases of the basal ganglia and the extrapyramidal system; voluntary movements are near normal while involuntary movements are infrequent.
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Kids will be invited to create Mardi Gras accessories as well as participate in a masquerade mask face painting.
Mask face is an informal term used to describe the lines and redness that remain on a patient's face after using a nasal or full-face mask for CPAP.
He added, 'Luckily, Botox is a safe drug but overuse can lead to a death mask face where there is not a flicker of facial movement and this can last for three months.
Reddish-brown above and black or greyish below, the raccoon has a distinctive bushy tail, small ears, four to six black or brown rings and a black mask face outlined in white.
The cutout mask drawing was placed on the slab and cut around, giving us our mask face shape in clay.
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As stated in the procedure section, targets and masks included faces of both genders and care was taken to ensure that there was an equal number of trials where the target and mask faces were of the same or of the different gender.
Figure 4: Both photos of the cylinder show the triangle- or heart-shaped mask faces furnished with big round eyes and pointed chins.