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Facial Palsy Nerves and Nerves Showing at Cortical Innervation

Joanna Culley

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Illustration showing the facial nerve that, when compressed, can cause the condition known as Bell’s Palsy. Bell’s Palsy causes facial paralysis down the side of the affected nerve, sometimes leading to a drooping of the affected side of the face. A sharp pain in the inner ear often accompanies the onset. In the majority of cases (around 70%), the condition will slowly improve over weeks or months and a complete recovery is made. Unlike a stroke, Bell’s Palsy causes paralysis in the forehead as well as the rest of the face. The nerves are also shown at the cortical innervation. 

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Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Cranial nerves, facial nerves, Bell’s palsy, auriculotemporal nerve, temporal branches, facial nerve (CN VII), posterior auricular nerve, zygomatic branch, buccal branch, mandibular branch, cervical branch, face, head, man.

Image created by:

Joanna Culley


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