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(Facial palsy Bell's palsy )
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  • Weather, Weather Changes and the Risk of Bell's Palsy: A Multicenter Case-Crossover Study. [Journal Article]
  • NNeuroepidemiology 2018 Sep 11; 51(3-4):207-215
  • Franzke P, Bitsch A, … Rakers F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings support the hypothesis of an association between certain weather conditions and the risk for BP with acute changes in atmospheric pressure and ambient temperature as the main risk factors. Additionally, contrasting results for risk of BP after temperature changes in the diabetic and non-diabetic subgroups support the paradigm of a diabetic facial palsy as a distinct disease entity.
  • Facial nerve palsy in children: A retrospective study of 124 cases. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Paediatr Child Health 2018 Aug 24
  • Psillas G, Antoniades E, … Constantinidis J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Facial palsy in children is a manifestation of a heterogeneous group of causes. The most common aetiology of FNP in children in our study was idiopathic (Bell's palsy), followed by infective causes, such as acute otitis media and neurotropic herpes viruses. Therefore, treatment should be adapted to each patient depending on the underlying disease and severity of FNP.
  • Facial nerve decompression. [Journal Article]
  • COCurr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2018; 26(5):280-285
  • Andresen NS, Sun DQ, Hansen MR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Appropriately selected patients with facial paralysis secondary to Bell's palsy or temporal bone trauma may benefit from facial nerve decompression. Patients should be counseled regarding the risks of decompression and that the return of maximal facial nerve function may be delayed up to 12 months.
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