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gla·bel·la

 (glə-bĕl′ə)
n. pl. gla·bel·lae (-bĕl′ē)
The smooth area between the eyebrows just above the nose.

[New Latin, from feminine of Latin glabellus, hairless, diminutive of glaber.]

gla·bel′lar adj.
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Adj.1.glabellar - of or relating to the glabella
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To smooth glabellar frown lines, botulinum toxin is injected at the procerus muscle and the corrugator supercilii muscle, which are located with -2.0 mm peeled images (Fig.
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(2) When used to minimize glabellar frown lines and other facial wrinkles, the full effect develops in about 1 to 2 weeks.
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The Ramsay sedation scale was used to measure the level of sedation and was defined as follows: 1 = anxious, agitated, and restless; 2 = cooperative, oriented, and calm; 3 = sleepy and responding to commands; 4 = rapid and strong response to light glabellar tap or a loud noise; 5 = slow response to light glabellar tap or a loud noise; and 6 = no response to light glabellar tap or a loud noise.
Several studies, including randomized controlled trials (RCTs), have provided evidence that glabellar botulinum toxin injections may be a safe and effective treatment for depression.
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