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Facial Paralysis malady

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Summaries for Facial Paralysis

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Wikipedia:65 Facial nerve paralysis is a common problem that involves the paralysis of any structures innervated by... more...

MalaCards: Facial Paralysis, also known as facial palsy, is related to acoustic neuroma and neurofibromatosis. An important gene associated with Facial Paralysis is HOXB1 (homeobox B1). The drugs scopolamine and scopolamine hydrobromide have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include bone, eye and skin, and related mouse phenotype endocrine/exocrine gland.

Aliases & Classifications for Facial Paralysis

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Aliases & Descriptions:

facial paralysis 8 10 62
facial palsy 8


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Disease Ontology8 DOID:13934
MeSH35 D005158
NCIt40 C26769

Related Diseases for Facial Paralysis

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Diseases related to facial paralysis

Symptoms for Facial Paralysis

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Drugs & Therapeutics for Facial Paralysis

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Drug clinical trials:

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Genetic Tests for Facial Paralysis

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Anatomical Context for Facial Paralysis

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Facial Paralysis:

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Bone, Eye, Skin, Testes, Heart, Breast, Liver, Cortex, Brain, Tongue

Animal Models for Facial Paralysis or affiliated genes

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Facial Paralysis:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00053798.4NF2, CADM1, FKBP4, HOXB1

Publications for Facial Paralysis

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Articles related to Facial Paralysis:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Recycle of temporal muscle in combination with free muscle transfer in the treatment of facial paralysis. (23283482)
2013
2
State of the art in treatment of facial paralysis with temporalis tendon transfer. (23842289)
2013
3
Facial paralysis and mediastinitis due to odontogenic infection and poor prognosis. (24220381)
2013
4
Use of an individual mandibular advancement device for an?obstructive sleep apnoea patient with facial paralysis: a short-term follow-up case report. (22329406)
2012
5
Facial paralysis and lymphocytic facial neuritis in a rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) positive for simian retrovirus type D2. (22330582)
2011
6
Peripheral facial paralysis and bilateral carotid pseudoaneurysms of petrous localization: a case report. (23984216)
2011
7
Dynamic facial prosthetics for sufferers of facial paralysis. (23386867)
2011
8
Developmental facial paralysis: a review. (21724478)
2011
9
Clinical management of microstomia due to the static treatment of facial paralysis and oral rehabilitation with dental implants. (21558911)
2011
10
Management and outcomes of facial paralysis from intratemporal blunt trauma: a systematic review. (21225812)
2010
11
Effect of delayed decompression after early steroid treatment on facial function of patients with facial paralysis. (19437165)
2010
12
Sir Charles Bell was not affected by facial paralysis himself! (20464311)
2010
13
Secondary surgery in paediatric facial paralysis reanimation. (20018580)
2010
14
Bilateral otitis media with facial paralysis in a Japanese black calf. (19684349)
2009
15
Outcomes of direct muscle neurotization in pediatric patients with facial paralysis. (20009835)
2009
16
Secondary surgery in adult facial paralysis reanimation. (19952647)
2009
17
Facial paralysis: research and future directions. (18470838)
2008
18
Chronic pachymeningitis and bilateral facial paralysis secondary to renal osteodystrophy. (18347262)
2008
19
Combination of hypoglossal-facial nerve jump graft by end-to-side neurorrhaphy and cross-face nerve graft for the treatment of facial paralysis. (17530609)
2007
20
Correction of ectropion in facial paralysis. (16462363)
2006
21
A comparison of commissure excursion following gracilis muscle transplantation for facial paralysis using a cross-face nerve graft versus the motor nerve to the masseter nerve. (16772949)
2006
22
Neurovascularized free short head of the biceps femoris muscle transfer for one-stage reanimation of facial paralysis. (15692342)
2005
23
Ectopic bone formation following temporalis muscle transposition for facial paralysis: a rare complication? (16186726)
2005
24
Anthropometric measurements of the endoscopic eyebrow lift in the treatment of facial paralysis. (12794455)
2003
25
Facial paralysis in Wegener's granulomatosis of the middle ear. (11276335)
2001
26
Impact of facial paralysis on patients with acoustic neuroma. (10983957)
2000
27
Reanimation of early facial paralysis with hypoglossal/facial end-to-side neurorrhaphy: a new approach. (10954315)
2000
28
The SOOF lift as an adjunct in rehabilitation of facial paralysis: help or hype? (11460300)
2000
29
Primary facial rehabilitation in facial paralysis after extirpative surgery. (11074718)
2000
30
The effect of muscle transplantation after unilateral partial facial paralysis on craniofacial growth and development: relationship between muscle and nerve histomorphometric findings. (10626980)
2000
31
New eyebrow lift technique using a semiautomatic suturing device (maniceps) for patients with facial paralysis. (11128757)
2000
32
Surgical management of the facial nerve in craniofacial trauma and long-standing facial paralysis: cadaver study and clinical presentations. (11951222)
1999
33
Temporal bone hemangioma as a cause of facial paralysis. (10089691)
1999
34
Necrotizing otitis externa, otitis media, peripheral facial paralysis, and brain abscess in a thalassemic child after allogeneic BMT. (9783316)
1998
35
Evaluating facial paralysis. Expensive diagnostic tests are often unnecessary. (9633550)
1998
36
Neurovascular free muscle transfer combined with cross-face nerve grafting for the treatment of facial paralysis in children. (9623816)
1998
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Iatrogenic facial paralysis prevention. (8972995)
1996
38
Surgical facial nerve decompression for peripheral facial paralysis of diverse causes. (8828273)
1996
39
Symmetry and synkinesis during rehabilitation of unilateral facial paralysis. (7674438)
1995
40
Early temporalis muscle transposition for the management of facial paralysis. (7666737)
1995
41
Facial paralysis in children. (8572104)
1994
42
Long-term follow-up of nerve conduction velocity in cross-face nerve grafting for the treatment of facial paralysis. (8171133)
1994
43
Long-term results of severe facial paralysis. (10774436)
1994
44
Anti-Borrelia burgdorferi antibodies in sera of patients with facial paralysis. (10774421)
1994
45
Comments regarding prognostic significance of stapes reflex in Bell's palsy, application of electroneuronography in managing Bell's palsy, and tuberculosis of the middle ear in facial paralysis, management of an injured facial nerve following middle ear surgery. (1805644)
1991
46
Syndrome of anotia, facial paralysis, and congenital heart disease. (6470867)
1984
47
PAROTITIS AND FACIAL PARALYSIS IN MID-LINE GRANULOMA. (14256342)
1965
48
Bilateral facial paralysis and abducens palsy; two cases. (18225098)
1948
49
Superior petrosal and cavernous sinus thrombosis and basal petrositis; observed as complication of destructive labyrinthitis with facial paralysis. (20284480)
1947
50
The Association of Optic Neuritis, Facial Paralysis, and Facial Hemiatrophy. (16693016)
1934

Variations for Facial Paralysis

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Expression for genes affiliated with Facial Paralysis

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Expression patterns in normal tissues for genes affiliated with Facial Paralysis

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Facial Paralysis

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Compounds for genes affiliated with Facial Paralysis

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GO Terms for genes affiliated with Facial Paralysis

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Biological processes related to Facial Paralysis according to GeneCards/GeneDecks:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1cell-cell junction organizationGO:0452169.6NF2, CADM1

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