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Facial Diplegia

Facial Diplegia Abstract • Sudden facial diplegia or recurrent facial palsy is a rare occurrence, and may be the only symptom indicative of a systemic illness. Two patients had this condition in the absence of Guillain-Barré-Strohl syndrome. (Arch Otolaryngol 102:311-312, 1976) References 1. McGovern FH: Bilateral Bell's palsy . Laryngoscope 75:1070-1080, 1965. 2. Kettel K: Peripheral facial paralysis in fractures of temporal bone . Arch Otolarynol 51:25-41, 1950.Crossref 3. Jongkees LBW: Facial paralysis complicating skull trauma . Arch Otolarynol 81:518-522, 1965.Crossref 4. Sprofkin BE, Hillman JW: Moebius's syndrome: Congenital oculofacial paralysis . Neurology 6:50-59, 1956.Crossref 5. Parker N: Dystrophica myotonica presenting as congenital facial diplegia . Med J Aust 2:939-944, 1963. 6. Sachs E, House RK: Ramsey-Hunt syndrome: Geniculate herpes . Neurology 6:262-268, 1956.Crossref 7. Moore EW: The fate of the face in poliomyelitis . Lancet 1:1092-1093, 1952.Crossref 8. Yasui I, Miyasaki T: Case of poliomyelitis due to virus type I manifested only by right facial paralysis . J Jap Assoc Infect Dis 36:427-430, 1962. 9. Grose C, Feorino PM, Dye LA, et al: Bell's palsy and infectious mononucleosis . Lancet 1:231-232, 1973.Crossref 10. Grose C, Henle W, Henle G, et al: Primary Epstein-Barr-virus infections in acute neurologic diseases . N Engl J Med 292:392-395, 1975.Crossref 11. Schnell RG, Dyck PJ, Bowie EJ, et al: Infectious mononucleosis: Neurologic and EEG findings . Medicine 45:51-63, 1966.Crossref 12. Egan RW: Facial diplegia in infectious mononucleosis in absence of Landry-Guillain- Barré syndrome . N Engl J Med 262:1178-1179, 1960.Crossref 13. Jones I: Facial diplegia in the Guillain-Barré syndrome . Br Med J 2:84-86, 1954.Crossref 14. Lambert V, Richards SH: Facial palsy in Heerfordt's syndrome . J Laryngol 78:684-693, 1964.Crossref 15. Martin GI, Weintraub MI: Brachial neuritis and seventh nerve palsy: A rare hazard of DPT vaccination . Clin Ped 12:506-507, 1973.Crossref 16. Streeto JM, Watters FB: Melkersson's syndrome: Multiple recurrences of Bell's palsy and episodic facial edema . N Engl J Med 271:308-309, 1964.Crossref 17. Johnson EW, Waylonis GW: Facial nerve conduction delay in patients with diabetes mellitus . Arch Phys Med 45:131-139, 1964. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

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Abstract • Sudden facial diplegia or recurrent facial palsy is a rare occurrence, and may be the only symptom indicative of a systemic illness. Two patients had this condition in the absence of Guillain-Barré-Strohl syndrome. (Arch Otolaryngol 102:311-312, 1976) References 1. McGovern FH: Bilateral Bell's palsy . Laryngoscope 75:1070-1080, 1965. 2. Kettel K: Peripheral facial paralysis in fractures of temporal bone . Arch Otolarynol 51:25-41, 1950.Crossref 3. Jongkees LBW: Facial paralysis complicating skull trauma . Arch Otolarynol 81:518-522, 1965.Crossref 4. Sprofkin BE, Hillman JW: Moebius's syndrome: Congenital oculofacial paralysis . Neurology 6:50-59, 1956.Crossref 5. Parker N: Dystrophica myotonica presenting as congenital facial diplegia . Med J Aust 2:939-944, 1963. 6. Sachs E, House RK: Ramsey-Hunt syndrome: Geniculate herpes . Neurology 6:262-268, 1956.Crossref 7. Moore EW: The fate of the face in poliomyelitis . Lancet 1:1092-1093, 1952.Crossref 8. Yasui I, Miyasaki T: Case of poliomyelitis due to virus type I manifested only by right facial paralysis . J Jap Assoc Infect Dis 36:427-430, 1962. 9. Grose C, Feorino PM, Dye LA, et al: Bell's palsy and infectious mononucleosis . Lancet 1:231-232, 1973.Crossref 10. Grose C, Henle W, Henle G, et al: Primary Epstein-Barr-virus infections in acute neurologic diseases . N Engl J Med 292:392-395, 1975.Crossref 11. Schnell RG, Dyck PJ, Bowie EJ, et al: Infectious mononucleosis: Neurologic and EEG findings . Medicine 45:51-63, 1966.Crossref 12. Egan RW: Facial diplegia in infectious mononucleosis in absence of Landry-Guillain- Barré syndrome . N Engl J Med 262:1178-1179, 1960.Crossref 13. Jones I: Facial diplegia in the Guillain-Barré syndrome . Br Med J 2:84-86, 1954.Crossref 14. Lambert V, Richards SH: Facial palsy in Heerfordt's syndrome . J Laryngol 78:684-693, 1964.Crossref 15. Martin GI, Weintraub MI: Brachial neuritis and seventh nerve palsy: A rare hazard of DPT vaccination . Clin Ped 12:506-507, 1973.Crossref 16. Streeto JM, Watters FB: Melkersson's syndrome: Multiple recurrences of Bell's palsy and episodic facial edema . N Engl J Med 271:308-309, 1964.Crossref 17. Johnson EW, Waylonis GW: Facial nerve conduction delay in patients with diabetes mellitus . Arch Phys Med 45:131-139, 1964.

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Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 1, 1976

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