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A Case of Xanthogranulomatous Sialadenitis with Facial Palsy Mimicking Malignancy

Kim SH, Kim SW, Lee SH

Parotid mass with facial palsy is often suggestive of malignancy. Facial palsy is present in 12% to 19% of patients with a malignant parotid mass regardless of tumor size. Xanthogranulomatous...
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Dual-innervated multivector muscle transfer using two superficial subslips of the serratus anterior muscle for long-standing facial paralysis

Sakuma H, Tanaka I, Yazawa M, Oh A

Recent reports have described several cases of double muscle transfers to restore natural, symmetrical smiles in patients with long-standing facial paralysis. However, these complex procedures sometimes result in cheek bulkiness...
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Computerized Sunnybrook facial grading scale (SBface) application for facial paralysis evaluation

Jirawatnotai S, Jomkoh P, Voravitvet TY, Tirakotai W, Somboonsap N

Background The Sunnybrook facial grading scale is a comprehensive scale for the evaluation of facial paralysis patients. Its results greatly depend on subjective input. This study aimed to develop and...
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Effects of electrostimulation therapy in facial nerve palsy

Sommerauer L, Engelmann S, Ruewe M, Anker A, Prantl L, Kehrer A

Facial palsy (FP) is a functional disorder of the facial nerve involving paralysis of the mimic muscles. According to the principle “time is muscle,” early surgical treatment is tremendously important...
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Sequential Vestibular Neuritis: Report of Four Cases and Literature Review

Comacchio F, Mion M, Armato E, Castellucci A

Background and Objectives: Bilateral sequential vestibular neuritis (BSVN) is a rare condition in which an inflammation or an ischemic damage of the vestibular nerve occurs bilaterally in a sequential pattern....
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Pediatric facial reanimation: An algorithmic approach and systematic review

Deramo PJ, Greives MR, Nguyen PD

Facial palsy has a broad clinical presentation and the effects on psychosocial interaction and facial functions can be devastating. Pediatric facial palsy, in particular, introduces unique familial and technical considerations...
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Rare Occurrence of Internal Auditory Canal Stenosis Accompanied With Congenital Facial Palsy in a 3-Month-Old Infant: A Case Report

Park SH, Kim WJ, Lim YJ, On CW, Park JH, Min EH

Internal auditory canal (IAC) stenosis with hypoplasia of the facial and vestibulocochlear nerves is a rare cause of congenital facial palsy. In this case report, a 3-month-old female infant was...
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Transient facial paralysis after myringotomy and ventilation tube insertion under sedation with sevoflurane inhalation and four-quadrant blocks with lidocaine: a case report

Kim H, Lee J, Jeon Y

Myringotomy and ventilation tube insertion are widely performed in pediatric patients with chronic otitis media. This procedure is performed under general anesthesia or sedation with local anesthesia infiltration in pediatric...
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Modified temporalis tendon transfer extended with periosteum for facial paralysis patients

Kwon BS, Sun H, Kim JW

Background: We have devised a novel surgical method, termed as temporalis muscle tendonperiosteum (T-P) compound surgical method, by modifying pre-existing techniques. Our method is characterized by elevation of temporalis muscle...
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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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Association Between High Neutrophil to Lymphocyte Ratio and Delayed Recovery From Bell's Palsy

Kim HS, Jung J, Dong SH, Kim SH, Jung SY, Yeo SG

OBJECTIVES: Factors predictive of the severity of and recovery from Bell's palsy remain unclear. This study evaluated the association between neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio (NLR) and the severity of and...
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Clinical Features of Fracture versus Concussion of the Temporal Bone after Head Trauma

Kong TH, Lee JW, Park YA, Seo YJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Temporal bone fracture (TBF) is a common occurrence in cases of head trauma. Although the incidence of temporal bone concussion (TBC) has increased in cases of head...
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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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Treatment for ophthalmic paralysis: functional and aesthetic optimization

Kim MJ, Oh TS

Facial nerve palsy has an effect on a person’s well-being functionally and psychologically. Therefore, comprehensive patient management is essential. One of the most common uncomfortable and potentially debilitating features is...
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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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A Case of Head and Neck Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue Lymphoma Presenting as Progressive Multiple Cranial Nerve Palsy

Kim D, Lee CB, Pak MG, Lee DK

Lymphoma is a malignant tumor arising from the lymphoid tissue. Chronic inflammation can make lymphocyte accumulation and proliferation in the mucous membrane. Sustained accumulation of these persistent changes in the...
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Upper eyelid platinum weight placement for the treatment of paralytic lagophthalmos: A new plane between the inner septum and the levator aponeurosis

Oh TS, Min K, Song SY, Choi JW, Koh KS

BACKGROUND: The most common surgical treatment for paralytic lagophthalmos is the placement of a weight implant in the upper eyelid; however, this technique confers the risks of implant visibility, implant...
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Total Transcanal Endoscopic Facial Nerve Decompression for Traumatic Facial Nerve Palsy

Kahinga AA, Han JH, Moon IS

A few approaches can be used to decompress traumatic facial nerve paralysis including the middle cranial fossa approach or transmastoid approach depending on the site of injury. In some specific...
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The vertical orbicularis oculi muscle turn-over procedure for the correction of paralytic ectropion of the lower eyelid

Azuma R, Aoki S, Aizawa T, Kuwabara M, Kiyosawa T

BACKGROUND: Static reconstruction surgery that tightens the tension of the inferior tarsus, thereby raising the lax lower eyelid, is a common treatment for paralytic ectropion of the lower eyelid. We...
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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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