Year: 2014 | Month: September | Volume 1 | Issue 1
Facial Palsy Secondary to Partial Parotidectomy: A Rare Case Report
Anusha Rangare Lakshman
G. Subhas Babu
Unilateral facial nerve palsy is the most-common neurologic disorder mimicking as stroke. It accounts for around 25/100,000 populations. Bell’s palsy is also known as idiopathic facial paralysis, and it is the most common cause of unilateral facial paralysis, accounting for approximately 70% of these cases. Herewith, the present paper reports a rare case of facial palsy secondary to radical mastoidectomy with partial parotidectomy in a 55-year-old female patient.
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