Bells Palsy


Bells Palsy


Bells palsy clinical features, etiology and management explained under 7 minutes 41 seconds

  • First described by Sir Charles Bell
  • Facial nerve is the nerve of the second branchial arch
  • 7th nerve paralysis or facial paralysis is one of the most common neuralgia disorder
  • Nature: It is an abrupt, isolated, unilateral, peripheral facial nerve paralysis
  • It is sudden paralysis of facial nerve at the stylomastoid foramen
  • Idiopathic
  • Infection e.g.HSV
  • Popular theory proposes that the inflammation of the facial nerve causes compression

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