Congenital facial nerve paralysis
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20 Jul Congenital (present at birth) facial paralysis is uncommon and, when extraocular muscle paralysis, facial hypoplasia, other cranial nerve.
Description:The majority, have been associated with instrumental deliveries especially forceps use. The study, which included 34 patients, found that all of the patients with acquired congenital facial paralysis 11 cases achieved a spontaneous smile by 9. The House-Brackmann scale is the most widely used, but it has only fair interrater reliability. Using a fascia lata sling to suspend the lower face from the zygoma provides symmetry at rest, but no voluntary or spontaneous movement is achieved. For patients with congenital facial paralysis, many surgical procedures with varying indications for patients exist. When the palsy is of developmental origin the parents should be informed that the child will never have an entirely normal appearance. Since most of these forms in childhood recover spontaneously, aim of the drug therapy is to minimize the possibility of incomplete resolutions and reduce the risk of sequelae, such synkinesis, autonomic dysfunctions e.