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(Facial palsy Bell's palsy )
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  • Chirurgie bei Läsionen des Nervus facialis. [Journal Article]
  • LLaryngorhinootologie 2018; 97(6):419-434
  • Thielker J, Bendella H, … Guntinas-Lichius O
  • There are numerous reasons for facial palsy, which range from idiopathic palsy (Bell's palsy) to destruction of the facial nerve by a malignant salivary gland tumor. If the chance of spontaneous reco...
  • Update on the Ophthalmic Management of Facial Paralysis. [Review]
  • SOSurv Ophthalmol 2018 Jun 07
  • MacIntosh PW, Fay AM
  • Bell palsy is the most common neurologic condition affecting the cranial nerves. Lagophthalmos, exposure keratopathy, and corneal ulceration are potential complications. In this review, we evaluate v...
  • Peripheral Facial Palsy in Emergency Department. [Journal Article]
  • IJIran J Otorhinolaryngol 2018; 30(98):145-152
  • Ferreira-Penêda J, Robles R, … Condé A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Epidemiologic findings were consistent with most literature on Bell's palsy. Drug therapy is widely used and follows current guidelines. The role of PUAI in the pediatric population must be investigated. Despite evidence of good medical practice, there was an excess of CT scans requested by physicians other than otorhinolaryngologists.
  • A Case Report of a Child with Bell's Palsy. [Journal Article]
  • CCureus 2018 Apr 02; 10(4):e2408
  • Ramphul K, Mejias SG, … Sonaye R
  • Bell's palsy is a neuropathy involving the seventh cranial nerve, also known as the facial nerve. It is usually caused by traumatic, infective, inflammatory or compressive conditions on the nerve. Ma...
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