Facial nerve palsy

What is Facial nerve palsy?

Facial nerve is 7th cranial nerve. It is the motor nerve supply to muscles of face. Its palsy leads to weakness of muscles of face. Most common type of facial nerve palsy is bells palsy which is lower motor neuron lesion of facial nerve with unknown cause.

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