Bell’s Palsy

The following illustrations present a summary of what’s known as Bell’s Palsy. First described by Charles Bell in 1830, the diseased is defined as a peripheral facial paralysis due to many causes. The name “idiopathic facial palsy” may not be a synonym, since after a proper investigation, a cause is mostly found.


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Reference: uptodate.com. I really hope you found these illustrations interesting, and most of all, useful in your studies. Thanx for stopping by, see ya next time!

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