facial muscle

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27 Facial weakness is often the earliest obvious clinical feature in FSHD that shows the facial muscle involvement thus leading to reduced facial expression.
The phenotype for HCFP1 family is an asymmetric, mostly bilateral, weakness of facial muscles with a penetrance of 95%.
At examination, she showed bilateral severe facial muscle and tongue atrophy and fasciculation of the tongue and left side ptosis.
Physical examination also revealed bilateral weakness of the facial muscles including orbicularis oris, orbicularis oculi, frontalis, and corrugator supercilii.
Oscar-winner Redmayne brilliantly conveys every raw emotion or flash of impish humour with his eyes or the twitch of a facial muscle.
de Morree and Marcora (2010) first demonstrated that facial muscle activity associated with frowning was indicative of effort during physical tasks.
To determine whether the expressions are unique enough to be distinguished from others, the team analyzed each expression with a Facial Action Coding System (FACS), a standard tool in body language analysis that can identify which facial muscle groups are used to create expressions.
A spokesman for the technology giant said: "Through a camera and a series of daily exercises, the DS console becomes a compact mirror that helps improve facial muscle tone, improving your appearance.
The result--less intense facial muscle contractions and a smoother, younger look.
It is a patented complex of oligopeptides that work biologically to retard aging of the cells, as well as mechanically, inhibiting facial muscle contraction.
Researchers also monitored heart rate, sweat gland activity and facial muscle changes of the participants as they viewed each slide.
Plus, facial muscle spasms and tension headaches can result from clenching back teeth (grinders squeeze their back teeth 14 times harder than non-grinders).
Should they take the road to becoming heart cells or become facial muscle or blood cells instead?
Botox should be customised to take into account the facial muscles you use most, your facial muscle balance, the shape of your eyes and face, and the look you want.
Working through general topics including cognition and emotion, unconscious emotional processing, unconscious emotional behavior, the experience of emotion, and the conscious- unconscious debate, they examine emotion-related brain structures and processes, the ways we interpret body and facial muscle responses, how different stimuli acquire different affective meaning, the connections between emotion and memory, the evidence to support or deny unconscious emotion, and the place of experience in an emotional event.