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Facial nerve paralysis – Wikipedia

Facial nerve paralysis is a common problem that involves the paralysis of any structures innervated by the facial nerve. The pathway of the facial nerve is long and relatively convoluted, so there are a number of causes that may result in facial nerve paralysis.

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Facial nerve – Wikipedia

The facial nerve is the seventh cranial nerve, or simply CN VII. It emerges from the pons of the brainstem, controls the muscles of facial expression, and functions in the conveyance of taste sensations from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue.

Innervates: Motor: Muscles of facial expression, posterior belly of digastric, stylohyoid, stapedius, Special sensory: taste to anterior two-thirds of tongue, Parasympathetic: submandibular gland, sublingual gland, lacrimal glands

Aangezichtsverlamming (facialis parese) – Keel Neus Oor

Een aangezichtsverlamming (facialis parese) is een verlamming van één of meerdere delen van het aangezicht dat door de aangezichtszenuw (nervus facialis) geïnnerveerd wordt.

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Facial Paralysis (Facialisparese) – Health and disease

Facial Paralysis is a condition where the facial muscles are paralyzed. This occurs when the nerve controlling the facial muscles ( nerve facialis ) – or the part of the brain that controls this nerve is not functioning properly.

Facialisparese – Lægehåndbogen på sundhed.dk

Perifer facialisparese uden kendt årsag. Er den hyppigste form af perifer facialisparese; Det antages at perifer facialisparese skyldes inflammation af facialisnerven ved ganglion geniculatum, hvilket fører til kompression og muligvis iskæmi og demyelinisering

Facialis | definition of facialis by Medical dictionary

facial [fa´shal] pertaining to or directed toward the face. facial nerve the seventh cranial nerve; its motor fibers supply the muscles of facial expression, a complex group of cutaneous muscles that move the eyebrows, skin of the forehead, corners of the mouth, and other parts of the face concerned with frowning, smiling, or any of the many other

Ansigtslammelse (facialisparese) – Patienthåndbogen på

Facialisparese er en ansigtslammelse, der skyldes en skade af ansigtets bevægelsesnerve (nervus facialis). Lammelsen kan være perifer, det vil sige på grund af skade af nerven efter nervens afgang fra centralnervesystemet (hjernen), eller en central skade, der skyldes en skade i centralnervesystemet.

Facialisparese – neurologisk National BehandlingsVejledning

75 % er af ukendt årsag og kaldes idiopatisk eller Bell´s parese. Bell’s parese skyldes formentlig en ødematøs kompression af n. facialis, lige før ganglion geniculi på infektiøs eller auto-immun basis.

Paresis Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatments and Causes

Paresis: Introduction. Paresis: A medical term for partial paralysis, impaired movement or partial loss of movement. The term is usually used in reference to the limbs but can be used to refer to the eye and stomach or to simply mean weakness.