Facial palsy

Facial palsy

(Science: neurology) a condition that involves the facial nerve (VII cranial nerve) and results in the paralysis of one side of the face. Bells (facial nerve palsy) can be differentiated from a central (stroke) deficit by the inability to raise the eyebrow on the affected side.


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