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Expression of Toll-Like Receptor Messenger Ribonucleic Acid in the Distal Facial Nerve After Facial Nerve Injury

Min HK, Lee JM, Jung JY, Kim YI, Kim SH, Yeo SG

Background and Objectives This study aimed to evaluate whether Toll-like receptors (TLRs) messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) were expressed in the facial nerve after incurring a crush or an injury of...
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Distribution of Medical Service Use for Facial Palsy Between Medicine and Traditional Korean Medicine Based on Population-Based Data of Korea

Jeong J, Yoon SR, Lim H, Choi HS

We investigated the distribution of medical service uses for Bell’s palsy and Ramsay Hunt syndrome between medicine and traditional Korean medicine using the National Health Insurance Service National Sample Cohort...
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Isolated facial diplegia variant of Guillain–Barré syndrome with anti-GM1 IgG antibody

Jung JH, Lee S, Seo JH, Bae JS, Shin KJ, Kim JK, Yoon BA, Oh Si

Facial diplegia (FD) rarely occurs as a regional Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) variant. A 70-yearold male presented with bifacial weakness that had started on the left side and extended to the...
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Peripheral Facial Palsy after Dental Procedure

Lee HG, Kim DH, Oh Si

Peripheral facial palsy is often reported after surgery for head or neck tumors and otolaryngologic surgery, but the occurrence of facial nerve palsy after dental procedures is very rare. A...
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Herpes Zoster Oticus With Delayed Facial Palsy and Multiple Cranial Nerve Involvement

Kim KM, Yu K, Jeon EJ, Lee HJ

Herpes zoster oticus with multiple cranial nerve (CN) involvement and delayed facial paralysis is a rare occurrence, and there is limited information regarding the disease. We herein report two cases...
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Masseter nerve-based facial palsy reconstruction

Park H, Jeong SS, Oh TS

Facial paralysis is a devastating disease, the treatment of which is challenging. The use of the masseteric nerve in facial reanimation has become increasingly popular and has been applied to...
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Acute Peripheral Facial Palsy: Recent Guidelines and a Systematic Review of the Literature

Kim SJ, Lee HY

Background: This study reviews recent literature on facial palsy guidelines and provides systematic reviews on related topics of interest. Methods: An electronic database search was performed to identify recent guidelines dealing...
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Cryopreserved fascia lata allograft use in surgical facial reanimation: a retrospective study of seven cases

Silan F, Consiglio F, Dell’Antonia F, Montagner G, Trojan D, Berna G

Background: Facial palsy treatment comprises static and dynamic techniques. Among dynamic techniques, local temporalis transposition represents a reliable solution to achieve facial reanimation. The present study describes a modification of...
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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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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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Two Cases of Contralateral Depressor Labii Inferioris Resection in Patients with Congenital Unilateral Lower Lip Paralysis

Kim MW, Lim BW, Kim HD, Kim J

Congenital unilateral lower lip paralysis (CULLP) is a rare condition characterized by inversion and absent depressive movement of the affected lower lip while moving the mouth, which is recognized when...
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Predictors of Silicone Tube Intubation Success in Patients with Lacrimal Drainage System Stenosis

Baek JS, Lee S, Lee JH, Choi HS, Jang JW, Kim SJ

PURPOSE: To evaluate prognostic factors affecting silicone tube intubation outcomes in Asian patients with lacrimal drainage system stenosis. METHODS: A retrospective review was conducted on the medical records of 822 patients...
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Diffuse Neonatal Hemangiomatosis with Unilateral Cranial Nerve Palsy Improved by Propranolol

Kim SW, Park JK, Jeon GW, Sin JB

Diffuse neonatal hemangiomatosis (DNH) is characterized by multiple capillary or cavernous hemangiomas on the skin and internal organs occurring during the neonatal period. It is a life-threatening condition due to...
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A case of Ramsay Hunt syndrome diagnosed after kidney transplantation

Park YM, Kim DR, Park JY, Kim SK, Kim SY, Kim JS, Lee YH, Kim YG, Jeong KH, Moon JY, Lee SH, Ihm CG, Lee TW

We report the first case of Ramsay Hunt syndrome (RHS) diagnosed after kidney transplantation in Korea. RHS is a disease caused by latent varicella-zoster characterized to involve geniculate ganglion of...
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Myasthenia Gravis Presenting with Facial Diplegia without Ocular Muscle Involvement

Kang CH, Kim HJ, Oh JH, Kang SY

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Myasthenia Gravis Presenting with Isolated Facial Diplegia

Kwon J, Park MS

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The Axillary Approach to Raising the Latissimus Dorsi Free Flap for Facial Re-Animation: A Descriptive Surgical Technique

Leckenby J, Butler D, Grobbelaar A

The latissimus dorsi flap is popular due to the versatile nature of its applications. When used as a pedicled flap it provides a robust solution when soft tissue coverage is...
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A Case of Invasive Fungal Otitis Media Progressed to Brain Abscess

Ko JS, Park IS, Ahn SK, Hur DG

Although invasive fungal infections of the paranasal sinuses have been well described in immunocompromised patients, those affecting the ear and temporal bone are uncommon. For these diseases, early suspicion and...
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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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