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Background:Wrinkling of face is a common feature of aging and each individual could havehis own feature of disease. Objective: To categorize the wrinkles of eachindividual in order to find the characteristic picture of each individualaiming to find so called a print of aging. Patients and Methods: Anobservational study was done on 1011 cases their ages more than 30 years. 679subjects 67.2% were males and 332 32.8% were females. Their ages rangedbetween 30 - 86 years. Cases attended Department of Dermatology-BaghdadTeaching Hospital, Baghdad, Iraq in period from April 2012 to April 2013. Thedistribution and the types of wrinkling were mapped in all individuals. Regionalvariations including forehead, glabellae, periorbital, nasolabial, perioral andsides of the face were well studied. Results: Forehead horizontal pattern waspresented in 860 85% subjects, forehead vertical pattern in 84 8.3%,glabella horizontal pattern in 705 69.7% and glabella vertical in 698 69%.Periorbital pattern was presented in 885 87.5% subjects and nasolabial anglein 540 53.4%. Glabella vertical and horizontal patters were significantlymore in males than females. Also, the males were significantly more affected byperiorbital and nasolabial folds. Conclusion: Each individual or group ofindividual has characteristic morphological pattern of wrinkling that startsearly in life and becomes mature often with time and this pattern might deservethe name of a print.

KEYWORDS

Wrinkles, Mapping, Aging Face, Nasolabial Angle

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Sharquie, K. , Al-Mashhadani, S. and Hameed, A. 2015 Strategic Trial to Find Aging Face Print. Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications, 5, 198-205. doi: 10.4236-jcdsa.2015.53024.





Autor: Khalifa E. Sharquie1*, Sabeeh A. Al-Mashhadani1, Ali Thamer Hameed2

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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