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(Facial palsy Bell's palsy )
2,075 results
  • Pontine haemorrhage disguised as Bell's palsy. [Journal Article]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2018 Feb 05; 2018
  • Karadan U, Manappallil RG, … Supreeth RN
  • Isolated facial nerve palsy is a common presentation of Bell's palsy, but rarely seen in pontine lesions. The patient being reported is a middle-aged man who developed isolated facial nerve palsy and...
  • Childhood peripheral facial palsy. [Journal Article]
  • CNChilds Nerv Syst 2018 Feb 09
  • Karalok ZS, Taskin BD, … Guven A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study indicate that both Bell's palsy and cause-defined facial palsy in children have a very good prognosis. Medical treatment based on corticosteroids is not certainly effective in improving outcomes in children. Recurrent attacks occurred in 6 years from the onset which leads to the conclusion that we should have a long-term follow-up of patients diagnosed with Bell's palsy.
  • Delayed facial nerve decompression for severe refractory cases of Bell's palsy: a 25-year experience. [Journal Article]
  • JOJ Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2018 Jan 04; 47(1):1
  • Berania I, Awad M, … Nader ME
  • CONCLUSIONS: When indicated, facial nerve decompression for BP is usually recommended within the first 2 weeks of onset of facial paralysis. Nonetheless, our results suggest that patients with severe BP could benefit from decompression surgery within 90 days after onset of symptoms in the absence of an opportunity to proceed earlier to surgery. Further investigation is still required to confirm our findings.
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