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Pathophysiology Study of Filler-Induced Blindness Print
Ki-Hyun Cho, MD, MSc, Edoardo Dalla Pozza, MD, Gabor Toth, MD, FAHA, Bahar Bassiri Gharb, MD, PhD, James E Zins, MD

Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Volume 39, Issue 1, January 2019, Pages 96–106

Background: A number of authors have proposed retrograde arterial embolism as the responsible mechanism for filler-induced blindness. However, no previous human study has substantiated this proposed mechanism.

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