facial palsy


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facial palsy

Also known as Bell’s palsy. Often temporary paralysis of the facial muscles affecting one eyelid and one side of the forehead and mouth. The paralysis can be caused by injury to, or infection of, the nerve.
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I HAVE facial palsy - which is a paralysis, usually, of one side of the face, although in some cases it can affect both.
There was House-Brackmann grade VI lower motor neuron type facial palsy on the left side.
[USA], May 10 (ANI): Researchers have come up with an innovative standardised measurement for paediatric facial palsy, which will improve the care of facial palsy patients.
''At one point, I was even hit with facial palsy due to extreme stress,'' the 42-year-old said, recalling one of his bigger failures while struggling to keep his startup afloat.
Sidra Medicine has successfully operated on a four-year-old boy, born with congenital facial palsy, it was announced yesterday.
A Three-generation family with idiopathic facial palsy suggesting an autosomal dominant inheritance with high penetrance.
Tribune News Network Doha Sidra Medicine has successfully operated on a four-year-old patient born with congenital facial palsy. The child, Ozair, could not move the left side of his face because of the underdevelopment of his facial nerve at birth.
An examination of the central nervous system revealed a conscious patient with bilateral facial palsy, bulbar palsy, and normal power.
The poliovirus was isolated from the stool samples of both children presenting with atypical symptoms of facial palsy and slight weakness as the multiple doses of Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) had boosted their immunity.
The polio virus was isolated from the stool samples of both children presenting with atypical symptoms of facial palsy and slight weakness as the multiple doses of Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) had boosted their immunity.
The poliovirus was isolated from the stool samples of both children presenting with atypical symptoms of facial palsy and slight weakness asthe multiple doses of Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) had boosted their immunity.
An increase in the incidence of idiopathic facial palsy during pregnancy and postpartum period was found in previous studies.