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Ponto-medullary Junction Infarction Presenting as Ipsilateral Abducens Nerve Palsy and Contralateral Hemiparesis without Facial Involvement

Lim JH, Kim YS, Lee HS

Raymond syndrome is a pontine syndrome consisting of ipsilateral abducens nerve palsy, contralateral facial paralysis, and contralateral hemiparesis. However, subsequent clinical observations argued on the presentation of facial involvement. The...
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Intramasseteric schwannoma treated with facelift incision and retrograde facial nerve dissection

Hwang JH, Lee DG, Sim HS, Kim KS, Lee SY

Schwannoma is a slow-growing, well-demarcated, benign soft tissue tumor of the peripheral nerve sheath. It commonly develops in the head and neck region, usually in the parapharyngeal space. In this...
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Two Cases of Localized Myeloperoxidase-Antineutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody-Associated Vasculitis Manifested with Intractable Otitis Media

Lee E, Chung WH

Localized form of myeloperoxidase-antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated vasculitis (MPO-AAV) in the ear is a rare disease. It manifests as a sudden otalgia with hearing loss accompanied by dizziness and facial nerve...
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Clinical Implication of Facial Nerve Decompression in Complete Bell's Palsy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Lee SY, Seong J, Kim YH

We compared the therapeutic efficacy of facial nerve decompression (FND) and conservative treatment in patients with Bell's palsy through a systematic review and meta-analysis. Primary database search was performed in...
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Facial Nerve Decompression for Bell's Palsy: An Endless Debate

Kim J

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Treatment of Pseudoaneurysm of Internal Maxillary Artery Resulting from Needle Injury

Kim NY, Kim JY, Pyen JS, Whan K, Cho SM, Choi JW

Pseudoaneurysm of internal maxillary artery (IMA) after trauma is rare, and most cases reported are caused by maxilla-facial blunt trauma. Pseudoaneurysm is discontinuity in the vascular wall leading to an...
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Extended Epitympanotomy for Facial Nerve Decompression as a Minimally Invasive Approach

Chao JR, Chang J, Lee JH

For a minimally invasive approach to access the facial nerve, we designed an extended epitympanotomy via a transmastoid approach that has proven useful in cases of traumatic facial nerve palsy...
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Comparison of Temporal Bone Parameters before Cochlear Implantation in Patients with and without Facial Nerve Stimulation

Kasetty VM, Zimmerman , King S, Seyyedi M

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Facial nerve stimulation (FNS) is a complication of cochlear implantation (CI). This study compared the thickness and density of the bone separating the upper basal turn of...
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Congenital unilateral hypoplasia of depressor anguli oris muscle in adult

Oh SJ

Congenital hypoplasia of the depressor anguli oris muscle is a rare cause of asymmetrical crying facies in newborns. The clinical manifestations range from mild to severe asymmetry and may persist...
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Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring during Microvascular Decompression Surgery for Hemifacial Spasm

Park SK, Joo BE, Park K

Hemifacial spasm (HFS) is due to the vascular compression of the facial nerve at its root exit zone (REZ). Microvascular decompression (MVD) of the facial nerve near the REZ is...
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Facial diplegia as a delayed complication of scrub typhus

Baek JG, Hong HL, Park JH

A 64-year-old man presented with facial diplegia occurring 2 weeks after scrub typhus diagnosis. The serum scrub typhus antibody titer was elevated to 1:5120. Brain magnetic resonance imaging revealed contrast-enhancement...
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Safety and Effectiveness of Endoscopic Ear Surgery: Systematic Review

Jeon MH, Chung S, Kim SH, Oh SH, Im GJ, Kim JR, Choi J, Lee BD

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aims to evaluate that usefulness of the endoscopic ear surgery (EES) through the systematic review. SUBJECTS AND METHOD: We searched literatures in literature databases (MEDLINE, EMBASE,...
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Myxoma arising from the parotid gland

Kim SM, Kim CK, Kim SH, Lee MC, Kim JN, Choi HG, Shin DH, Jo DI

Myxomas can be divided into two groups: those derived from the facial skeleton, and those derived from external skeletal soft tissue. Soft tissue myxomas of the head and neck are...
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A Case of Recurred Herpes Zoster Oticus Concomitantly Occurred with Zoster Laryngopharyngitis Without Vocal Cord Palsy

Cha EJ, Jung YJ, Cho HH

Herpes zoster oticus is one of complication of varicella zoster virus (VZV) reactivation in the geniculate ganglion of the facial nerve, which is the most common presentation of herpes zoster...
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Möbius Syndrome Demonstrated by the High-Resolution MR Imaging: a Case Report and Review of Literature

Hwang M, Baek HJ, Ryu KH, Choi BH, Ha JY, Do HJ

Möbius syndrome is a rare congenital condition, characterized by abducens and facial nerve palsy, resulting in limitation of lateral gaze movement and facial diplegia. However, to our knowledge, there have been few...
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Conservative Surgical Treatment of Benign Parotid Tumors: Extracapsular Dissection

Park SJ, Jeong WJ

Parotid tumor resection, parotidectomy, is a surgical procedure that requires considerable experience from surgeons in most of the cases because of the risk of facial nerve damage. In addition, it...
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Duplicated Internal Auditory Canal: High-Resolution CT and MRI Findings

Wang L, Zhang L, Li X, Guo X

OBJECTIVE: To summarize the high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) and magnetic resonance imaging (HRMRI) features of duplicated internal auditory canals (DIACs). MATERIALS AND METHODS: Ear HRCT data of 64813 patients with sensorineural...
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Combined extracranial and intracranial approach for resection of dermoid cyst of the sphenoid bone with a cutaneous sinus tract across the frontal branch of the facial nerve

Ishii N, Fukazawa E, Aoki T, Kishi K

Frontotemporal dermoid cysts with a cutaneous sinus tract in the sphenoid bone are rarely found, and furthermore, the spreading of these cysts across the frontal branch of the facial nerve...
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An unusual complication during arthrocentesis: N. facialis paralysis, with N. lingualis and N. alveolaris inferior anesthesia

Aliyev T, Berdeli E, Åžahin O

This case report aims to review complications that can occur during arthrocentesis and report an unusual complication observed in a 55-year-old man. The patient received arthrocentesis in an attempt to...
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Facial reanimation with masseter nerve–innervated free gracilis muscle transfer in established facial palsy patients

Oh TS, Kim HB, Choi JW, Jeong WS

BACKGROUND: The masseter nerve is a useful donor nerve for reconstruction in patients with established facial palsy, with numerous advantages including low morbidity, a strong motor impulse, high reliability, and...
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