Therapeutic Uses of Botulinum Toxin

  • Grant Cooper

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Zinovy Meyler, Grant Cooper
    Pages 1-5
  3. Elise Weiss, David Lin
    Pages 7-18
  4. Michael D. Stubblefield
    Pages 19-38
  5. Rebecca Brown, Avniel Klein, Alex Visco, Joseph E. Herrera
    Pages 39-59
  6. Loren M. Fishman, Alena Polesin, Steven Sampson
    Pages 61-74
  7. Mary S. Babcock
    Pages 75-89
  8. Jerome S. Schwartz, Phillip Song, Andrew Blitzer
    Pages 91-108
  9. Jerome S. Schwartz, Phillip Song, Andrew Blitzer
    Pages 109-121
  10. Phillip Song, Jerome S. Schwartz, Andrew Blitzer
    Pages 123-135
  11. Tara D. Miller, Isaac M. Neuhaus
    Pages 137-151
  12. Joely Kaufman, Leslie Baumann
    Pages 153-166
  13. David E. Rapp, Gregory T. Bales
    Pages 167-193
  14. Shayan Irani, Frank K. Friedenberg
    Pages 195-207
  15. Amir Cohen, Marc J. Spirn, David Khoramian, C. Robert Bernardino
    Pages 209-221
  16. Victoria Chan Harrison, David Lin
    Pages 223-228
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 229-238

About this book


Therapeutic Uses of Botulinum Toxin outlines and examines our current understanding of botulinum toxin and its various therapeutic applications. The editors explore how this novel compound fits into a wide variety of treatment algorithms across medical subspecialties. Each chapter focuses on a particular symptom and explains how botulinum toxin is currently used for treatment. The chapter authors are all leaders in their fields and are respected for their progressive approach to treatment. Physicians will benefit not only from those chapters devoted to their particular sub-specialty, but from the inspiring success resulting from the use of botulinum toxin in other patient populations. The concluding chapter examines questions of immunity, explores economic issues, and attempts to forecast future directions for this novel and somewhat mysterious drug. Clinicians across a wide variety of disciplines will refer to this comprehensive reference time and time again.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Grant Cooper
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation New York Presbyterian HospitalThe University Hospital of Columbia and CornellNew York

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