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Photo of Eternal Youth

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Image Size Pixels | Inches Credits | USD
528 x 792 px|7.3" x 11.0 " @ 72 dpi 1 $1.75
1,128 x 1,692 px|3.8" x 5.6 " @ 300 dpi 2 $3.50
1,800 x 2,700 px|6.0" x 9.0 " @ 300 dpi 4 $7.00
2,048 x 3,072 px|6.8" x 10.2 " @ 300 dpi 6 $10.50
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Title:
Eternal Youth
Description:
Botox belongs to a class of drugs called botulinum toxins, which derive from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Many common medicines, such as penicillin and other antibiotics, also derive from moulds. The bacterium produces a protein that blocks the release of acetylcholine, which normally transmits messages from the nerves to the muscles to make them contract and move. Once transmission has been blocked, muscles relax, providing relief to patients with overactive muscles, reducing spasms and pain. The effect is completely reversible and generally lasts for a few months in most clinical uses. Botox is approved for the following conditions: 1. frown lines 2. crossed eyes 3. eye and facial spasms 4. wry neck 5. foot deformity 6. spasticity 7. sweating
Image uploaded:
Dec 19, 2009
Image Type:
Stock Photo
Image Usage:
Royalty-Free (RF)

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