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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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A Case of Middle Ear Neuroendocrine Adenoma in a Patient with Hearing Loss and Facial Palsy

Nam W, Kim TH, Kim MB

Middle ear adenoma is a very rare disease which is benign and originates from the middle ear mucosa. Patients of middle ear adenoma usually come to the clinic for unilateral...
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Presenting Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia with Peripheral Type Facial Palsy: Seven-and-a-Half Syndrome

Kwon JA, Lee JM

A 49-year-old male presented with horizontal binocular diplopia without facial pain or skin lesion. Limitation of medial gaze in the left eye was revealed on neurological examination, which is accompanied...
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Clinical Characteristics of Dizziness Associated with Acute Peripheral Facial Palsy

Song K, Chang S, Lee J, Shin SA, Lee HY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: We aimed to assess the clinical significance of dizziness associated with acute peripheral facial palsy (APFP). SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Medical records of patients who visited an otorhinolaryngology clinic...
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Severe Hemifacial Spasm is a Predictor of Severe Indentation and Facial Palsy after Microdecompression Surgery

Na BS, Cho JW, Park K, Kwon S, Kim YS, Kim JS, Youn J

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Hemifacial spasm (HFS) is mostly caused by the compression of the facial nerve by cerebral vessels, but the significance of spasm severity remains unclear. We investigated the...
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Hemiplegic Migraine Presenting with Unilateral Facial Palsy: A case report

Yeon GM

Hemiplegic migraine (HM) is a rare subtype of migraine with aura and is accompanied by a fully reversible motor aura. HM can occur in two forms: familial or sporadic. Currently,...
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Effects of Mirror Therapy Using a Tablet PC on Central Facial Paresis in Stroke Patients

Kang JA, Chun MH, Choi SJ, Chang MC, Yi YG

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of mirror therapy using a tablet PC for post-stroke central facial paresis. METHODS: A prospective, randomized controlled study was performed. Twenty-one post-stroke patients were enrolled. All...
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A 4-year-old girl presenting with facial palsy, found to have increased delta neutrophil index, and diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia with extramedullary infiltration

Yoon SH, Kim SH, Lee MJ, Lee HJ, Lyu CJ, Kim MK

Although Bell's palsy is the most common cause of facial palsy in children, some cases have potentially fatal causes. We report a rare case of isolated facial palsy in a...
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Pontine Infarct Presenting as Peripheral Type Unilateral Facial Palsy

Kim HS, Kim GS, Lee YB, Park KH, Park HM, Shin DJ, Sung YH, Shin DH

Acute peripheral facial palsy usually manifests Bell's palsy of unknown cause, and rarely lacunar infarct which located in facial nucleus can mimic peripheral facial palsy. A 73 year-old man with...
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Effect of Age and Severity of Facial Palsy on Taste Thresholds in Bell's Palsy Patients

Park JM, Kim MG, Jung J, Kim SS, Jung AR, Kim SH, Yeo SG

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To investigate whether taste thresholds, as determined by electrogustometry (EGM) and chemical taste tests, differ by age and the severity of facial palsy in patients with Bell's...
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Herpes Zoster Oticus without Facial Palsy and Hearing Loss Masquerading as Vestibular Neuritis

Ha H, Kim J, Kim JH, Lee SH

Herpes zoster oticus, also called Ramsay-Hunt syndrome, involves the geniculate ganglion and presents with facial nerve palsy, sensorineural hearing loss, vestibular dysfunction, and auricular vesicular lesion. In this case, the...
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Progressive Bilateral Facial Palsy as a Manifestation of Granulomatosis With Polyangiitis: A Case Report

Jeong SM, Park JH, Lee JI, Nam KE, Lee JS, Kim JH

Bilateral facial palsy, which is usually combined with other diseases, occurs infrequently. It may imply a life-threatening condition. Therefore, the differential diagnosis of bilateral facial palsy is important. However, the...
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Early Stage Steroid Treatment for Acute Facial Paralysis in Korea

Kim MW, Kim J

Facial nerve paralysis is an unexpected or embarrassed disease which unilateral facial musculatures are suddenly or gradually paralyzed by various causes. However, the most common cause of acute facial paralysis...
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Refractory Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis Presenting as Facial Paralysis and Bilateral Sudden Deafness

Kim SH, Jung AR, Kim SI, Yeo SG

Granulomatosis with polyangiitisis [(GPA) or Wegener granulomatosis] is a multi-system disease characterized by granuloma formation and necrotizing vasculitis. GPA classically shows involvement of the respiratory tracts and the renal system....
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Clinical Efficacy of Electroneurography in Acute Facial Paralysis

Lee DH

The estimated incidence of acute facial paralysis is approximately 30 patients per 100000 populations annually. Facial paralysis is an extremely frightening situation and gives extreme stress to patients because obvious...
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Rhino-Orbito-Cerebral Mucormycosis Complicated as Facial Paralysis and Ophthalmoplegia without Rhinologic Manifestation

Lee SB, Yi JS, Kim JY, Chang C

Rhinocerebral mucormycosis is a type of opportunistic infections, which can often be lethal in immunocompromised patients. The infection usually occurs in the nose and can spread to adjacent structures. The...
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Effect of Acupressure Massage on Temperatures of Acupoints, Severity of Facial Paralysis, Subjective Symptoms, and Depression in Bell's Palsy Patients

Lee J, Chung Y

PURPOSE: Bell's palsy is a nerve paralysis disease that causes functional impairments and affects psychological and aesthetical parts. This study aimed to examine whether acupressure massage had positive effects on...
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A Case of Carcinoid Tumor in Middle Ear Presenting with Facial Paralysis

Min KH, Go JH, Jung JY, Kim BJ

The carcinoid tumors of middle ear are very rare, however, more than 50 cases including 2 cases in Korea have been reported since 1980. A 36-year-old male had been managed...
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Unusual Presentation of a Metastatic Tumor to the Temporal Bone: Severe Otalgia and Facial Paralysis

Choi SH, Park IS, Kim YB, Hong SM

Metastatic temporal bone tumors are rare diseases and they are usually clinically asymptomatic, so it is difficult to diagnose them. Breasts are the most common sites of temporal bone metastasis....
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A Case of Recovery of Facial Palsy Complicated by Tuberculous Otitis Media after Facial Nerve Decompression

Yoon J, Kim MJ, Lee HD, Lee EJ

Tuberculosis otitis media is a rare cause of chronic suppurative infection of the middle ear. The early diagnosis and treatment of tuberculous otitis media can prevent complications such as facial...
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