If the facial nerve palsy
is not treated with steroids, the likelihood of permanent facial paralysis is increased.
Other findings included pupils equal and reactive to light, full extraocular movements, a left upper motor neuron (UMN) facial nerve palsy
, decreased tone and no motor power on the left upper limb, increased tone and decreased power in the left lower limb, with normal tone and weakness on the right side.
Facial nerve palsy
attributable to a cystic lesion of the temporal bone is relatively rare.
Clinically our patient has improved, with resolution of her pain, headaches and facial nerve palsy
Management of ophthalmic complications of facial nerve palsy
One patient who underwent complete tumor resection with preservation of cranial nerves suffered from facial nerve palsy
, which improved over the first postoperative year.
facial nerve palsy
, vertigo, meningitis, or brain abscess).
Hypoglossal-facial nerve anastomosis for facial nerve palsy
following surgery for cerebellopontine angle tumors.
Herpes zoster oticus, a disorder presenting with unilateral peripheral facial nerve palsy
and herpes zoster infection of the ear, with or without hearing loss, (2) is caused by the reactivation of latent varicella-zoster virus.
A painless polyp of unusual appearance with facial nerve palsy
and mastoid air cell destruction should suggest to the clinician the possibility of a malignancy in the middle ear.
l-3) The clinical diagnosis of a temporal bone fracture is based on the presence of otorrhea, hemotympanum, and facial nerve palsy
in a patient with head trauma.
Physical examination revealed grade V left facial nerve palsy