Facial paresis, or prosopoplegia, may result from: Central (upper motor neurone) lesions, Peripheral (lower motor neurone; facial (VII) nerve) lesions, Neuromuscular junction transmission disorders, Primary disease of muscle (i.e. myogenic), Facial paresis is clinically heterogeneous which may be helpful with lesion localization.
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