Bell’s palsy

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Bell’s palsy

n (Med) → bellsche Lähmung
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The commonest cause of facial nerve palsy is a viral infection of the facial nerve.
If you think about head and neck anatomy, an upper motor neuron lesion would not lead to complete facial nerve palsy.
Preoperatively, the left middle meningeal artery was embolized, but the transosseous branch of the occipital artery was not because the patient developed transient facial nerve palsy upon vasoconstriction.
Percentage of Parotid Neoplasms showing features of Malignancy in comparison with Spiro Series Clinical Features of Malignancy Present % Spiro RH % Facial nerve palsy 20 22 Lymph node metastasis 13.
Bilateral facial nerve palsy in the course of neuroborreliosis in children--dynamics, laboratory tests and treatment.
The most common form of facial nerve palsy is idiopathic facial paralysis.
On clinical examination, apart from restricted mouth opening there was an inability to frown on left side due to facial nerve palsy suggesting damaged temporal branch of facial nerve on left side and the remaining branches are intact as examined.
In our study all the symptoms of meningioma are the same but facial nerve palsy is little more common.
Before concurrent radiotherapy and chemotherapy, a total parotidectomy is recommended as a treatment for metastasis of parotid glands in literature because facial nerve function may not be preserved well enough under unsatisfactory locoregional control; on the other hand, if the facial nerve has been involved in a metastatic NPC lesion of parotid glands, radiotherapy deserves consideration before surgery because more or less postoperative facial nerve palsy might be inevitable after surgical intervention.
It can also be used to treat issues related to facial nerve palsy and abnormal facial nerve regeneration, which can cause problems such as abnormal tears or sweating.
Then, the patient was assessed in terms of the House-Brackmann facial nerve grading system and diagnosed with bilateral facial nerve palsy of grade 6 and 5 on the right and the left side, respectively (Figure 1).