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facial paralysis

facial paralysis

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Peripheral paralysis of the
facial nerve

Peripheral paralysis of the facial nerve
is the most common paralysis of facial
muscle in clinic. The representing is
the paralysis of all the muscle of face
in same side .The place of traumatic is
the core of facial nerve or under the
core of facial nerve.

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Cause and classify
According to cause and clinic
symptoms
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the disease
will be classify to 8 types:
1. Congenital : rarely .

for example :abnormality of
congenital facial nerve.
Hypoplasia of facial nerve
and the core of facial nerve.

paralysis of congenital facial nerve

2. Idiopathic: common, take up 80% of Peripheral paralysis . for example:

\u2460Bells palsy. The cause is

unknow. It may be relate to a
disturbance of the
microcirculation leading to a
serous inflammation with the
formation of edema.

Bells palsy

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