Postdenervation Muscular Changes in Facial Paralysis

  • A. Belal
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Abstract

Though facial paralysis is primarily manifested by weakness of the facial muscles, the study of denervation changes in these muscles has received little attention by researchers and clinicians working in this field. The present report reviews what happens in the facial muscles following facial paralysis of varying duration.

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Fatigue Migration Fibril Hypothyroidism Egypt 

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