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Table 1 Diseases treated with botulinum toxin type A in head and face medicine with high interdisciplinary relevance

From: The use of botulinum toxin in head and face medicine: An interdisciplinary field

Movement Disorders Disorders of the Autonomous Nerve System
Facial nerve paralysis Hypersalivation, Sialorrhea
Hemifacial spasm Gustatory sweating, Frey's syndrome
Blepharospasm, Meige-Syndrom Intrinsic rhinitis
Synkinesis following defective healing of the facial nerve Hyperlacrimation, Tearing
Support in facial wound healing  
Facial pain syndromes  
Oromandibular dystonia  
Palatal tremor  
Bruxism  
Hypertrophy of the masseter muscle