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Dr Nestor has done many Silhouette Soft treatments but Anne is the first Bell's palsy patient he has helped.
I started crying but my doctor just said Bell's palsy normally goes after a few months and prescribed some steroids.
Image Metrics are pleased to be applying our expertise to the rehabilitation and treatment monitoring of Bell's Palsy.
Etiologies of facial nerve palsy * Ischemic stroke of the pons * Intraparenchymal hemorrhage of the pons * Herpes simplex virus-associated Bell's palsy * Human immunodeficiency virus * Lyme disease * Varicella zoster virus-associated Ramsay-Hunt syndrome * Sarcoidosis * Tuberculosis * Adenocarcinoma * Lymphoma * Sjogren's syndrome * Systemic lupus erythematosus
Bell's palsy results from damage to the facial nerve that controls muscles on one side of the face.
When I returned the next day my forehead was frozen, too, which confirmed a diagnosis of Bell's palsy - apparently it's three times more likely to strike during pregnancy.
The jury found that the doctor's diagnosis of Bell's palsy was not negligent.
Effects of climate, latitude and season on the incidence of Bell's palsy in the US armed forces, October 1997 to September 1999.
Patients with Bell's palsy were most benefited by acupuncture therapy that could completely get rid of the illness.
The initial diagnosis in this case was Bell's palsy which is frequently encountered in clinical practice.
There was complete bilateral lower motor neuron 7th cranial nerve palsy in keeping with bilateral Bell's palsy.
I had Bell's palsy when I was 12 and it was horrific, but I'm starting to get confident now.
The federal government will step up its search for possible adverse reactions to the pandemic influenza A(H1N1) vaccine, particularly looking for any cases of Guil-lain-Barre syndrome, Bell's palsy, and thrombocytopenia that might be linked to the vaccine, according to a report issued by the Department of Health and Human Services.