• The technique of transposing the temporalis and masseter muscles to reanimate the face following long-standing facial paralysis was introduced at the turn of the century. More recently it has been popularized by Rubin and Conley. The indications for performing this technique are outlined, and the results are analyzed.
(Arch Otolaryngol 1984;110:184-189)
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