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Lyme disease presenting with bilateral facial nerve palsy.

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Abstract

Facial palsy bilateral, or recurrent, suggests a myriad of diagnostic possibilities. An 11-year-old boy is described whose diagnosis remained elusive for several months. Clinical evolution and subsequent laboratory studies confirmed that he had
Lyme disease. Literature review suggests that this disorder is ubiquitous in its manifestations. The diagnosis should be remembered in unexplained neurologic disorders, particularly in cranial and peripheral neuropathies.

Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1990 Sep;71(10):749-50. Case Reports

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