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Related to Facial paralysis: Bell's palsy, Bells palsy, Ramsay Hunt syndrome, stroke, Moebius syndrome
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Acute myelogenous leukemia presenting as atypical mastoiditis with facial paralysis.
Management should be similar to that for facial paralysis secondary to temporal bone fractures from external forces.
3) Depression is a common sequela of facial paralysis.
The 69-year-old has already lost the hearing in her left ear and if the 12-hour operation at Southampton General Hospital does not go ahead soon, she could suffer facial paralysis.
Physical Therapy, Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Manual Therapy, Neurological Care and Facial Paralysis.
The stab wound to her neck needed emergency surgery after it severed a nerve and caused temporary facial paralysis.
2:1) between the fifth and sixth decades of life, with the most common complaint being that of a growing mass with local pain and facial paralysis.
Pregnancy had caused her existing headache symptoms to worsen, something which continued in the weeks after Daisy was born, and she also developed facial paralysis condition Bell's Palsy.
For Nanjappa it was a great comeback story after having been detected with Bell's palsy, a form of facial paralysis, last year.
The foundation helps children who suffer from treatable facial conditions such as Cleft Lip and Palate, burns, facial paralysis (Moebius Syndrome) and other facial conditions.
If untreated, unpleasant symptoms can develop later including muscle or joint pain and even facial paralysis.
Sufferers of Moebius syndrome are born with facial paralysis and often can't close their eyes or form facial expressions.