facial paralysis

Paralysis of the facial muscles, usually unilateral, due to either a lesion involving the nucleus or the facial nerve peripheral to the nucleus (peripheral facial paralysis) or a supranuclear lesion in the cerebrum or upper brainstem (central facial paralysis). With latter, facial weakness is usually partial and the upper portion of the face is rel
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facial paralysis

weakening or paralysis of the facial nerve, as in Bell palsy.
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Facial Paralysis

A type of birth injury in which the facial nerve is injured, leaving the muscles in the face impaired. Pressure on a baby's face may cause the facial nerve to be injured during labor or childbirth. Forceps can also cause nerve damage during a difficult delivery. Facial paralysis can often be seen when the baby cries because there will be no moveme.
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facial paralysis

Type: Term Definitions: 1. paresis or paralysis of the facial muscles, usually unilateral, due to either a lesion involving either the nucleus or the facial nerve peripheral to the nucleus (peripheral facial paralysis) or a supranuclear lesion in the cerebrum or upper brainstem (central facial paralysis); with the latter, facial weakness is usually
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