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Related to Facial paralysis: Bell's palsy, Bells palsy, Ramsay Hunt syndrome, stroke, Moebius syndrome
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A detailed history and physical examination must precede any type of intervention in the evaluation of the patient with facial paralysis.
As with any other facial paralysis, anyone experiencing it should visit a doctor immediately to determine the cause.
Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome is characterized by a triad of symptoms: orofacial edema, peripheral facial paralysis, and lingua plicata, but all three features of the disease are rarely encountered at the time of presentation, making diagnosis more difficult.
Cattle show a one sided facial paralysis as the disease progresses, which is virtually diagnostic for this condition.
Total facial nerve decompression in recurrent facial paralysis and the Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome: a preliminary report.
The fall left him with facial paralysis on his left side, which has gradually improved, but he has remained deaf in his left ear since the accident.
As a result of the attack, the terrified sheep lost two teeth and suffered facial paralysis.
Seven percent of participants experienced facial paralysis, and 42 percent experienced taste disturbance, both of which are results of the surgical procedure necessary to implant the device.
Madiba asked Lubner if he could facilitate surgery for an impoverished child he'd met who had a rare facial paralysis that prevented him from smiling.
Although the study was limited by the fact that the research focused on medical records and not every diagnostic test was performed, the results should prompt doctors to test children with facial paralysis for Lyme disease during peak season if there is no other obvious cause.
There is a risk of a degree of facial paralysis after the operation as the facial nerve passes through the gland and splits into five parts.
I have several times seen ladies who developed distant CNS metastasis causing facial paralysis, dizziness and other ENT symptoms as much as twenty years post treatment for their initial disease.
The cranial nerves most often involved are the second, manifested in blurring and other visual changes, and the seventh, with a uni- or bilateral facial paralysis in a Bell's palsy-like pattern, the neurologist continued.
Volume 2 treats clinical evaluation and reconstructive surgery for eyelid defects, tumors, and trauma; eye changes in Graves disease, facial paralysis, and the repair of pediatric anomalies.