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OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS: To evaluate the range and incidence of facial palsy etiologies in cases pr...
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STUDY OBJECTIVE: We evaluate the incidence of potentially incorrect emergency department (ED) dia...
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Bell palsy is an acute affliction of the facial nerve, resulting in sudden paralysis or weakness ...
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Lyme disease caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi is a multisystem disorder characterize...
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BACKGROUND: Bell's palsy and Lyme neuroborreliosis are the two most common diagnoses in patients ...
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Neuropsychiatric side effects of peg interferon-? (PEG-IFN-?) therapy consist of a large spectrum...
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Idiopathic facial palsy (IFP), or Bell's palsy, is an acute peripheral unilateral paresis of the ...
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BACKGROUND: A variety of microorganisms have been shown to cause peripheral facial nerve palsy (P...
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About 85% of cases recover completely and odds are better with quick treatment.
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Simultaneous bilateral facial palsy (SBFP) is an uncommon disorder that usually results from a sy...
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