Bell’s palsy: A report of two cases

Bell’s palsy is a neuropathy of the peripheral seventh cranial nerve, usually resulting from traumatic, compressive, infective, inflammatory or metabolic abnormalities. The onset of Bell’s palsy may be delayed or it may be sudden onset which often results in panic state. For speedy recovery, correct diagnosis and early treatment are crucial. This paper presents two cases of Bell’s palsy which are diagnosed at its initial stage.

Author: 
Praveen Kumar Bali, Vijayalakshmi Diavter, Dhanraj kalaivanan and Vinay puttaswamy
Volume No: 
03
Issue No: 
03
Year: 
2016
Paper Number: 
0918
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