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Difference Between Central and Peripheral Facial Nerve Palsy (0)

Central facial palsy occurs when the lesion or damage is in the brain. It results in paralysis in the lower half of one side of the face. Peripheral facial palsy results in total paralysis of one-half of the face. Bell’s palsy is an example of peripheral facial palsy. What is central facial palsy? Definition: Central […]

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