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Treatment of hyperhidrosis and drooling with botulinum exotoxin


Odderson IR



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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 14(4):837-54


The treatment of focal hyperhidrosis and drooling with neurolysis of the neuroglandular junction is a relatively new and useful technique for managing such obvious conditions and improving the patient's quality of life. The treatment is safe, minimally invasive, and an effective alternative to other treatment modalities.

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