Facial Paralysis

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Facial paralysis is the loss of movement in some or all of the muscles in face due to nerve damage. It can affect one or both sides of the face, and causes the face to appear to droop or become weak. The most common causes of facial paralysis include head trauma, infection or inflammation of the nerve, stroke and head or neck tumor. Onset can be sudden or gradual over a longer period of time.

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