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Tamer Mubarak
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Bell’s palsy| definition, causes, symptoms, signs and treatment
Bell’s palsy is the most common cause of facial nerve paralysis. Deinition : (Lower motor neuron lesion) LMNL facial palsy. What are the causes of Bell's palsy?  Idiopathic (several theories). 1- Vascular ischaemia : local vasospasm of vasa nervosa >> oedem...
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Facial nerve paralysis| pathology, symptoms, signs, leveling, complications and management
Facial palsy is a serious disorder with serious complications. Causes of Facial nerve paralysis are discussed in details and figures here . Pathology of facial paralysis 1- Neurapraxia: - Definition : Functional conduction nerve block. - Prognosis : Spontan...
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Causes of Facial nerve paralysis, aetiology
Here is the aetiology of facial nerve palsy. I- Supra nuclear causes (Upper Motor Neuron Lesion [UMNL]): Trauma to head. Meningitis, encephalitis, and abscess. Brain tumors. Stroke : Hge, thrombosis, embolism. II- Peripheral causes (Lower Motor Neuron Lesio...
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Facial nerve anatomy, course and branches
(A) Intracranial part :  Facial nerve has 3 nuclei: Motor nucleus lies in pons. Superior salivatory nucleus: in pons, parasympathetic secretomotor to lacrimal, submandibular, and sublingual glands. Nucles solitarius : in medulla, sensory, carries taste sens...
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