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Jan 22, 2021

[Answer] 3. What is the diagnosis given when dysfunction of the facial nerve causes facial paralysis without any determinable cause?

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...1. Bell's palsy 2. Hirschsprung disease 3. Moebius syndrome 4. Wells syndrome The facial paralysis seen in Bell's palsy can have determinable causes such as a stroke, but when no cause can be found, the condition is said to be "idiopathic" and diagnosed as Bell's palsy. It was named after Scottish anatomist Charles Bell. The paralysis is usually unilateral, and resolves itself in most patients. It is thought that the nerve becomes inflamed and swells in the facial canal, becoming compressed, thus it is usually treated with corticosteroids. Various viruses, including herpes simplex type 1 and herpes zoster, have been implicated in the condition, but research is still ongoing.




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Bell's palsy:


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