Asymmetrical Facial Volume Loss from Disproportionate Light Exposure: A Clinical Validation Study
This study will attempt to determine whether there is an association (statistical evidence) between greater facial loss on the drivers’ window side of the face. This data will allow for image and statistical analysis to determine if a facial volume loss differential exists, and what factors may be isolated to determine causality.
Male or Female.
Visible Facial Photodamage.
Spent (or are spending) at least 30 minutes in a car per day (as the driver), 5 days per week for at least 15 years of their adult life.
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