From its origin it runs obliquely downward and backward, beneath the Zygomaticus and zygomatic head of the Quadratus labii superioris, descends along the anterior border and then on the superficial surface of the Masseter, crosses over the body of the mandible, and passes obliquely backward, beneath the Platysma and cervical fascia, superficial to the submaxillary gland, the Digastricus and Stylohyoideus.
Soft and hard-tissue augmentation with platelet-rich plasma: Tissue culture dynamics, regeneration and molecular biology perspective.(Review Article)(Clinical report)
Apr 01, 2007; Byline: Don. du Toit, Wayne. Kleintjes, Morkel. Otto, Erick. Mazyala, Benedict. Page Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been...