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Bell's palsy
Bell’s palsy refers to the usually sudden paralysis of one side of the face.

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Bell's Palsy

Bell's palsy is caused by an inflammation of the facial nerve - the nerve that controls the facial muscles. The swelling interferes with the nerve's ability to effectively communicate with the muscles of the face. The result is partial or total paralysis of one side of the face. This condition affects men and women equally.
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