Bell’s palsy

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Bell’s palsy

n (Med) → bellsche Lähmung
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Keratosis obturans resulting in facial nerve palsy has been rarely reported in literature.
Literature indicates that a tick bite in EAC can result in tinnitus, facial nerve palsy, and taste disorder, though rarely (6-8).
* the reference group consisting of patients suffering from the conditions which do not alter standard parameters of CSF and blood, such as idiopathic headache and idiopathic facial nerve palsy.
Key Words: Bilateral facial nerve palsy, Guillain-Barre syndrome
It is known that neonates with facial nerve palsy are either victims of traumatic deliveries or are due to congenital facial nerve palsy.
Following surgery, the patient presented with temporary partial facial nerve palsy (House-Blackmann, grade 3) and taste disorder.
Other patients presented with facial nerve palsy, chorea and GBS as shown in Table 1.
Two months later, the patient underwent a right temporary lateral tarsorrhaphy, to protect the cornea and reduce symptoms of exposure due to right facial nerve palsy. The patient received adjuvant radiotherapy, through IAMT technique.
In the immediate onset of facial nerve palsy after trauma, the nerve is either completely lacerated or contused at the fracture site (4,6).
Clinically, she had a large, fixed, non-pulsatile left neck mass with associated hypoglossal and marginal mandibular facial nerve palsy. On intra-oral examination she had an associated left tonsillar fungating lesion.