Bell’S Palsy

(Bell’s palsy) A paralysis of the facial nerve (VII. Cranial nerve) is often idiopathic (and was formerly known as Bell’s palsy). The idiopathic facial palsy is a sudden onset of unilateral peripheral facial nerve paralysis. Symptoms of Bell’s palsy is a unilateral facial paralysis of the upper and lower face. Tests (eg. As Röntgenthorax-, serum ACE levels) may be performed to diagnose treatable causes. The treatment may wetting of the … Continue reading Bell’S Palsy