Tag: palsy

What is Bell’s palsy?

A Bell’s palsy refers to a paralysis affecting the facial nerve or peripheral region of the face. As a result, the person is temporarily unable to move the paralyzed side of the face. Thus, the most obvious signs of this problem usually appear upon awakening and consist of a one-sided, asymmetric smile and an eye that does not close easily. At...

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