Conditions and Diseases
Head, Ears, and Nose
Is bell's palsy hereditary?
Bell's palsy or Facial Paralysis occurs on one side of the face as a result of an inflamed seventh cranial (facial) nerve; generally lasts only 2 to 8 weeks but may last longer in older individuals. The cause is still UNKNOWN; possible viral link.
Is genital Herpes the only cause of Bells Palsy?
What can you do if you shake a persons hand when he has Bells Palsy?
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You have bells palsy and during your recovery you were told to stay away from cereal grain What foods contain cereal grain?
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What effect does bells palsy have on occupational performance?
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Will medical third crainal nerve palsy resolve on its own?
Is bells palsy an STD?
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Did Drew Barrymore have bells palsy?
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What is palsy?
Palsy is a medical term used to describe certain forms of paralysis that is accompanied with loss of feeling, tremors and spasms. Some types of palsy are: Bells palsy - partial facial paralysis Bulbar palsay - cranial nerve paralysis Cerebral palsy - a neural disorder caused by intercranial lesions Conjugate gaze palsy - a disorder affecting eye movement Erb's palsy/Brachial palsy - paralysis in one arm Wasting palsy - otherwise known as spinal muscular atrophy