paralysis

(redirected from Facial paralysis)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for paralysis

Synonyms for paralysis

References in periodicals archive ?
Although Lyme disease is a rare cause of facial paralysis in children, it can also emerge as the only finding of the disease (2,5).
MRIs and CT scans are often involved in eliminating other possible causes of facial paralysis, narrowing it down to Bell's palsy.
May and Klein (4) determined that idiopathic facial paralysis was the most common cause (49-51%).
Facial paralysis can result in aesthetic, psychological, and functional problems.
Whereas the inter-professionalism and collaborative practice can play an important role in reducing many challenges they face, this study aimed to perform a critical review of literature on the relationship between facial paralysis and quality of life in the scope of the interprofessional work.
In this article, we describe our study to assess the clinical presentation of patients with tumor-related nonacute facial paralysis and to provide an algorithm for the evaluation and management of these patients.
Herein, we present a case of bilateral facial paralysis secondary to B-cell low grade lymphoma and the management approach using rehabilitation techniques.
She also had vision loss, ptosis and peripheral typed facial paralysis on the right side.
The facial paralysis, hoarseness, and vertigo were gradually ameliorated and were completely recovered on day 52 [Figure 2].
Prakash -- who has recently recovered from a bout of facial paralysis -- shot a brilliant final to bag gold ahead of Air Force's Kapil Kumar and Army's Gurpal Singh.
They discuss cardiopulmonary exercise testing in preoperative assessment, perioperative care, biologic and composite mesh for repair, the management of facial paralysis, anal cancer, bariatric surgery, liver metastases, ischemic bowel, intraoperative radiotherapy for rectal cancer, abdominal tuberculosis, the diabetic foot, benign breast conditions, breast reconstruction, and randomized clinical trials and meta-analyses in surgery.
Bell's palsy is a form of facial paralysis resulting from a dysfunction of the cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) causing an inability to control facial muscles on the affected side.
The surgery would have been quite invasive and risked causing damage, such as the possibility of facial paralysis, total hearing loss, or facial palsy" David added.
Bell palsy is sudden onset of facial paralysis that is usually temporary, resolving within weeks or months, although it can sometimes be permanent.