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1. Which of the following medical conditions are not considered contraindicAqaations to neurotoxin treatment?

Cardiovascular disease
Neurological disease
Active cancer
Autoimmune diseases

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2. What is the name of the muscle that you inject for “crow’s feet”?

Orbicularis Oris
Orbicularis Minor
Orbicularis Obiculi
Orbicularis Oculi

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3. When injecting for the crow’s feet area what is the rule of thumb for these injections in relation to the orbital rim?

0.5 cm away
1 cm away
2 cm away
Needle length away
None of the above

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4. How deep is the neurotoxin injection for the peri-orbital region?

Very deep (full depth of needle)
Moderately deep (half the depth of the needle)
Relatively superficial (less than half the depth of the needle)
Very superficial (just the tip/bevel of the needle)

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5. What type of lines does the Procerus muscle make when it is contracted?

Vertical
Horizontal
Diagonal
Circular

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6. Please select which description best corresponds to the Procerus muscle:

Levator
Depressor
Levator and abductor
Depressor and adductor
Depressor and abductor

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7. What muscle of concern would you worry about when injecting into the lower crow’s feet area?

Zygomaticus
Risorius
Depressor Labii inferiorous
Frontalis

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8. What is the ideal depth of injection when treating the frontalis muscle with neurotoxin?

Superficial, tip/bevel with 31G 1⁄2 needle
Deep, full depth with 27G 1⁄2 needle
Deep, three quarter depth with 31G 1⁄2 needle
Deep, full depth with 31G 1⁄2 needle

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9. What is the name of the muscle that affects the lateral horizontal aspect of the smile?

Masseter
Zygomaticus major and minor
Risorius
Depressor labii inferioris

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10. What is the name of the muscle responsible for the vertical lifting aspect of the smile?

Masseter
Zygomaticus major and minor
Risorius
Levator labii superioris

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11. What type of muscle is the Frontalis?

Levator
Depressor
Adductor
Abductor

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12. What is the name of the muscle region responsible for frown lines?

Occipito Frontalis
Obicularis Labii
Occipito Anguli Oris
Glabella

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13. What is the name of the muscle region responsible for forehead lines?

Frontalis
Glabella
Risorius
Zygomaticus

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14. What best describes the action of the Corrugator Supercilii?

Levator and adductor
Depressor and adductor
Levator and abductor
Levator only

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15. What best describes the action of the Depressor Supercilii?

Depressor only
Depressor and adductor
Depressor and abductor
Levator and adductor

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16. What muscle is most likely responsible if a patient is experiencing Brow Ptosis?

Frontalis
Corrugator Suppercilii
Levator Anguli Oris
Obicularis Occuli

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17. What muscle was most likely affected if a patient is experiencing Upper Lid Ptosis?

Levator Anguli Superioris
Levator Palpebrae Superioris
Corrugator Supercilii
Levator Obicularis

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18. What assessment is performed in order to prevent Lower Lid Ptosis?

Snap Test
Hinder’s line measurement
Ogee Curve measuremen
Iodine Test

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19. What muscle would you inject for a patient concerned with peri-oral lines?

Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Levator Anguli Oris
Nasalis

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20. What muscle would you inject if your client was concerned with “looking sad” and wanted  to soften their marionette lines?

Zygomaticus major
Levator anguli oris
Depressor anguli oris
Risorius

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21. How long does it generally take to see the results from a Botox treatment?

Immediately
Within 4 hours
Up to 1 Week
Up to 14 days

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22. How long do the results from neurotoxin treatments for cosmetic purposes generally last for the upper face?

5-6 months
6 months
3-4 months
2.5 months

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23. Cervical dystonia can be treated with Botox injections – True or False?

True
False

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24. Migraines can be treated with Botox injections – True or False?

True
False

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25. Botox can be reconstituted with Lidocaine 1% with Epinephrine – True or False?

True
False

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26. True or False: Injections in the tail of the Corrugator Supercili should be lateral to the  mid-pupillary line in order to prevent upper lid ptosis?

True
False

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27. True or False: Injections in the tail of the Corrugator Supercili should be 1cm above the  orbital rim in order to prevent upper lid ptosis?

True
False

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28. The effect of Botox injections can be reversed with Toxinerase-B – True or False?

True
False

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29. True or False: Perioral rhytides are due to the hyper-functioning of the orbicularis oris

True
False

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30. True or False: Periocular rhytides is the technical term for "smoker's lines".

True
False

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31. True or False: Botox injections are safe during pregnancy?

True
False

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32. True or False: To help combat the downward turn at the corners of the mouth, Botox injections are placed in the levator anguli oris.

True
False

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33.True or False: Botox contains human albumin, a potential reason for certain populations to  decline treatment.

True
False

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34. True or False: Generally speaking, male patients require higher doses of Botox than female  patients in order to treat the same conditions.

True
False

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35. True or False: Botox for the reduction of Masseters for cosmetic purposes is considered an off-label procedure.

True
False

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36. True or False: Botulinum Toxin temporarily blocks the release of Acetylcholine. This action  is also called, Chemodenervation.

True
False

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37. True or False: Botulinum Toxin is most commonly used to treat static lines.

True
False

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38. True or False: It is of utmost importance to take “before” pictures prior to a Neurotoxin treatment in order to effectively measure the patient’s results upon their follow-up appointment.

True
False

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39. What would you be assessing/screening for during the pre-treatment consultation?

Medical conditions, current and past medications, allergies, previous surgeries and hospitalization, previous cosmetic injections, history of other cosmetic procedures
Medical history, past surgeries, recent travel, current vaccines, past vaccines, allergies, experience with cosmetic injections
History of cosmetic procedures, vaccinations, medical history

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40. What do you need to discuss with the patient prior to a cosmetic procedure?

Discuss surgical and non-surgical options, expectations/goals, review treatment plan, refer to dermatologist prior to treating patient
Side effects, potential complications, consent form, expectations/goals, post-treatment instructions, duration of treatment, what to expect during and after the treatment, duration of results, maintenance treatment frequency c. Cosmetic goals, potential risks/complications, promise results, encourage treatment plan, post-treatment instructions

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41. Treatment of “bunny lines” refers to the treatment of which muscle with neurotoxin?

Obicularis Oris
Nasalis
Obicularis Occuli
Procerus

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42. True or False: Treatment goal with neurotoxin is to completely paralyze the muscle.

True
False

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43. The Orbicularis Oris muscle may cause which types of lines/wrinkles?

Vertical
Diagonal
Horizontal
Circular

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44. How would you approach a neurotoxin injection in the Corrugator Supercili?

Deep with high dose
Superficial with low dose
Deep with low dose
Superficial with high dose

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45. Which muscle do you ideally target when looking to give a patient a lateral brow lift?

Glabella and Nasalis
Procerus and Glabella
Orbicularis Oculi and Procerus
Corrugator Supercili and Orbicularis Oculi

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46. How deep is the neurotoxin injection for the Depressor Supercili region?

Very deep (full depth of 31 G 1⁄2 needle)
Moderately deep (half the depth of 31G 1⁄2 needle)
Relatively superficial (less than half the depth of 30G 1⁄2 needle)
Very superficial (just the tip/bevel of 31 G 1⁄2 needle)

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47. When injecting the Corrugator Supercilii tail, what angle should your needle be entering the skin?

90 degree angle
30 degree angle
45 degree angle
20 degree angle

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48. Which of the following statements best applies to hyaluronic acid fillers?

Improvement is immediate
Minimal downtime
Can be" touched up" to maintain or improve initial correction
Reversible
No animal products or by-products in the formulation
All of the above
None of the above

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49. True or False: Dermal Filler injections are considered very safe and commonly done in the Glabella region.

True
False

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50. What are the different injection techniques that can be used with dermal fillers?

Lineargrade, threading, large bolus, small bolus, cross-hatchet, serial fanning, multiple punctures.
Linear, threading, retrograde, anterograde, bolus, micro-bolus, cross-hatchet, fanning, and serial puncture.
Vertigrade, bolus, cross-hatchet, fanning, serial puncture, horizontal threading.
Linear, Vertical threading, cross-fanning, anterograde, hatcheting, serial punctures.

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51. What is the main characteristic of a cross-linked hyaluronic acid filler?

Volumizer
Skin booster
Muscle relaxer

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52. What is the main characteristic of a non cross-linked hyaluronic acid filler?

Volumizer
Skin Booster
Muscle relaxer

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53. What are the beneficial features of Hyaluronic Acid fillers?

Stimulates collagen, can be dissolved, considered natural
Stimulates serotonin, cannot be dissolved, long lasting
Stimulates elastin, cannot be dissolved, long lasting
Stimulates hydrogen bonds, can be dissolved, considered natural

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54. True or False: Beauty boosters are non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid fillers.

True
False

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55. What is a Glycosaminoglycan?

Primary role it to stimulate collagen and elastin production, and promote iontophoresis between the cellular spaces.
Primary role is to maintain hyaluronic acid in the skin, and stimulate regeneration.
Primary role is to maintain and support collagen, elastin, and turgity in the cellular spaces and keep protein fibers in balanced and proportion.
Primary role is to stimulate collagen and elastin production, and stimulate regeneration.

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56. What is the chemical used to bind hyaluronic acid molecule chains in dermal fillers?

PCDC
BDDE
Hyaluronidase
Dextrose

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57. What are some common side effects associated to Dermal Fillers?

Pain, bruising, ulceration, infection.
Necrosis, erythema, swelling, pain.
Erythema, pain, bruising, swelling
Infection, blisters, ulcers, hemosiderin staining.

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58. What are the most common side effects that may occur with Dermal Filler injections?

Necrosis, infection, dissatisfaction with aesthetic result.
Erythema, bruising, swelling.
Product migration, infection, hematoma.
Vascular occlusion, anxiety, depression.

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59. What arteries are we concerned with when considering to inject the tear trough region with dermal filler?

Supraorbital artery, retina superioris
Supratrochlear artery, central retinal artery
Supratrochlear artery, retina superioris
Infraorbital artery, central retinal artery

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60. What artery are we concerned with when considering to inject the Glabella region with dermal fillers?

Supraorbital artery, supratrochlear artery
Supraorbital artery, angular artery
Infraorbital artery, angular artery
Infraorbital artery, facial artery

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61. What artery are we concerned with when considering to inject the nose with dermal filler?

Supratrochlear artery
Angular artery
Facial artery
Inferior labial artery

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62. What artery are we concerned with when considering to inject the naso-labial folds with dermal filler?

Superficial temporal artery
Angular artery
Facial artery
Superior labial artery

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63. What arteries are we concerned with when considering to inject the temples with dermal filler?

Superficial temporal artery, central retinal artery
Angular artery, retina superioris
Superficial temporal artery, angular artery
Facial artery, superior labial artery

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64. What arteries are we concerned with when considering to inject the lips with dermal filler?

Labia mentalis artery, retinal artery
Superior and inferior labial artery
Supralabial artery, infralabial artery
Facial artery, mentalis artery

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65. True or False: Dermal fillers are most commonly used to treat dynamic lines.

True
False

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66. What is the “Golden Ratio”, a.k.a PHI?

1 : 1.619
1 : 1.618
1 : 1.2
1 : 1.5

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67. Which of the following medical conditions are most likely to cause bruising complications post dermal filler injection?

Clotting disorders, DVT, thrombocytopenia.
Cardiovascular disease, history of blood clots, DVT.
Clotting disorders, cardiovascular disease, history of heart attack and stroke.
Cardiovascular disease, skin lesions, active cancer.

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68. Which of the following are the appropriate pre-treatment instructions given for dermal filler treatments?

For 48-72 hours: avoid blood thinners.
For 1-2 weeks: avoid blood thinners.
For 24-48 hours: avoid advil.

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69. Which of the following are the appropriate post-treatment instructions given for dermal filler treatments.

Do not apply excessive pressure or massaging to treated areas, avoid blood thinner for the rest of the day, avoid strenuous exercise for the rest of the day, watch for signs of infection and vascular occlusion. Cold compress may help with swelling and pain.
Do not lay down or bend over for 5 hours, no excessive sweating or exercise for 5 hours, watch for signs of infection and vascular occlusion. Warm compress advised for swelling and pain.
Do not apply excessive pressure or massaging to treated areas, avoid blood thinners for 5 hours, use warm compress to help with swelling and pain.

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70. True or False: It is safe to receive dermal fillers while breastfeeding.

True
False

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71. What are the facial anatomy layers, in order of superficial to deep?

Epidermis, SMAS, superficial fat, deep fat layer, periosteum, retaining ligaments and spaces, deep fascia.
Skin, superficial fat, SMAS, retaining ligaments and spaces, deep fat layer, periosteum, deep fascia, bones.
Epidermis, hypodermis, dermis, subcutaneous fat, retaining ligaments and spaces, periosteum, deep fascia.
Skin, SMAS, retaining ligaments, hypodermins, superficial fat, deep fat layer, periosteum.

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72. True or False: Generally speaking, hyaluronic acid based fillers are considered safer than calcium hydroxylapatite and poly-l-lactic based fillers and are therefore more widely used in this day and age.

True
False

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73. What is the name of the enzyme used to dissolve hyaluronic acid dermal fillers? Is this treatment considered on or off label?

Hyaluronidase, on label
Hyaluronidase, off-label
Tyrosinase, on label
Tyrosinase, off-label

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74. True or False: Hyaluronic acid fillers are reconstituted with sterile water in order to facilitate safe and effective injections.

True
False

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75. True or False: Hyaluronic acid filler treatment results are not immediate; they can take up to 7 days to see the results.

True
False

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76. True or False: Dermal filler treatments are the preferred choice for the improvement of the appearance of naso-labial folds.

True
False

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77. True or False: Hyaluronic acid fillers contain human albumin, a substance that may make these treatments unavailable to some religious groups, and/or strict vegans.

True
False

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78. True or False: Dermal fillers are primarily used to correct lines and wrinkles caused by the movements of the facial muscles.

True
False

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79. True or False: Hyaluronic Acid is a type of Glycosaminoglycan.

True
False

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80. Please select the most accurate answer with regards to the length of result of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers:

HA fillers can last up to 5 years
HA fillers generally last between 3-6 months
HA fillers generally last between 6-18 months
HA fillers can last up to 3 years

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81. What are the two main types of concerns you may be addressing with dermal filler treatments?

Rejuvunation and Reflation
Rejuvination and Beautification
Rejuvination and Restoration
Rejuvination and Deficit correction

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82. What aspect may we assess in order to determine how to proceed with filler in the mid-face?

Ogee curve, Hinders line
Hinders line, T line
S curve, T line
Ogee curve, S shape

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83. What is microscopic aging?

Deep lines, folds, loss of facial volume and contours.
Rhytides, folds, skin quality, glow, texture, hydration, elasticity.
Complexion, hydration, texture, elasticity, deep lines, folds, loss of facial volume and contours
Decrease in skin quality, glow, texture, fine lines, hydration, elasticity, radiance, complexion.

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84. What is macroscopic aging?

Complexion, hydration, texture, elasticity, deep lines, folds, loss of facial volume and contours.
Deep lines, folds, loss of facial volume and contours.
Rhytides, folds, skin quality, glow, texture, hydration, elasticity.
Decrease in skin quality, glow, texture, fine lines, hydration, elasticity, radiance, complexion.

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85. True or False: Cross-linked HA fillers address microscopic aging.

True
False

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86. True or False: Non cross-linked HA fillers address microscopic aging.

True
False

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87. Which of the following medications are considered possible contraindications to HA dermal fillers?

Major anti-coagulants, benzodiazepines, anti-psychotics, narcotics.
Major anti-coagulants, steroid creams, antiviral or antibiotic creams, chemotherapy drugs.
Steroids, corticosteroids, chemotherapy, anti-coagulants, narcotics.
Benzodiazepines, anti-depressants, anti-psychotics, anti-coagulants.

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88. What is a “Softlift”, a.k.a. a “liquid face lift”?

Combination of HA fillers and Collagen fillers
Combination of facial plastic surgery and HA fillers
Combination of neurotoxin and HA fillers
Combination of neurotoxin and laser C02 procedures

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89. What would you recommend if your patient is interested in dermal fillers and reveals that he/she has a history of recurrent cold sores?

Anti-viral medication 48 hours before and after the treatment
Antibiotic medication 24 hours before and after the treatment
Anti-viral medication 12-24 hours before the treatment
Antibiotic treatment 24-48 hours before and after the treatment

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90. On average, how long do neurotoxin treatment results last for in the masseters?

2-8 months
4-6 months
3-4 months
2-3 months

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91. True or False: Neurotoxin lasts longer in muscles compared to sweat glands.

True
False

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92. Which Neurotoxin has the highest molecular weight?

Botox
Dysport
Xeomin

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93. Which Neurotoxin can be kept in room temperature after reconstitution?

Botox
Xeomin
Dysport
None of them

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94. Which muscle is the major target of neurotoxins for the crew’s feet lines?

Zygomatic major
Procerus
Lateral part of Orbicularis oculi
Risorius

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95. Which area of the face is the most dangerous zone for blindness after filler injection?

Chin
Glabella
Nose
Periorbital region

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96. What type of the filler is the best option for chin augmentation?

High G prime, low plastisity, high viscosity
Low G prime, high plastisity,low viscosity
High G prime,High Plastisity,High Viscosity
Low G prime.Low plastisity, high viscosity

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97. Which sentence is correct?

Facial artery is a branch of internal carotid
Angular artery is very deep with no anastomosis to internal carotid branches
Both supratrochlear and supraorbital arteries are branches of internal carotid artery
Superficial temproral artery has no connections with internal carotid artery

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98. Which muscle is the target of Neurotoxins for sagging of the corner of the mouth?

Depressor labi
orbicularis oris
Depressor Anguli Oris
Mentalis

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99. Which one is not the treatment of ischemia?

vigorous massage
Cold compress
Hyaloronidase injection
ASA 325mg /PO

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100. Which one is the characteristics of male face?

Oval shape
Eyebrow with an arch
Squared lower face
Full vermolion lips

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