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Figure 2: Oikawa Technique: The temporalis muscle is easily separated with the help of a sharp periosteum at its inferior part shown by the No-3 sharp Penfield elevator. Further, temporalis separation is done from the inferior to superior direction. Utmost care is taken not to use monopolar cautery. The real patient (a) image is compared with a cadaveric (b) image

Figure 2: Oikawa Technique: The temporalis muscle is easily separated with the help of a sharp periosteum at its inferior part shown by the No-3 sharp Penfield elevator. Further, temporalis separation is done from the inferior to superior direction. Utmost care is taken not to use monopolar cautery. The real patient (a) image is compared with a cadaveric (b) image