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Botox

™ a preparation of botulinum toxin used to treat muscle spasm and to remove wrinkles
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A randomized pilot study comparing the action halos of two commercial preparations of botulinum toxin type A.
Over the years, botulinum toxin type A has proven to be an extremely useful long-term treatment for focal dystonias, providing consistent benefit to the majority of patients following repeated injections.
Effect of botulinum toxin type A on quality of life measures in patients with excessive axillary sweating: a randomized controlled trial.
A recent systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials published between 1986 and 2002 shows that botulinum toxin type A has a favourable safety and tolerability profile across a broad spectrum of cosmetic and therapeutic indications[3].
RT002 is an investigational, next-generation, injectable neurotoxin that integrates Revance's proprietary, purified botulinum toxin type A molecule with the patented TransMTS([R]) peptide technology.
Botulinum toxin type A for the prophylactic treatment of chronic daily headache: a randomized, dou-bleblind, placebo-controlled trial.
Patients randomized to the treatment intervention received a single injection of 100 U of botulinum toxin type A plus lidocaine, and patients in the placebo group received a single injection of saline plus lidocaine.
The lead investigational product, RT001 Botulinum Toxin Type A Topical Gel, has demonstrated safety and statistically significant efficacy in Phase 2 clinical trials.
Dermatologists are among the physicians cited by name in federal court documents exposing an underground network to distribute cutrate botulinum toxin type A to physicians suspected of using it on patients who may have assumed it was Botox.
Anatomic considerations in botulinum toxin type A therapy for spasmodic dysphonia.