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Facial nerve and its disorders

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All of the following are seen in bell's palsy except: (LQ)



A Ipsilateral-facial palsy

B Ipsilateral-loss of taste sensation

C Hyperacusis

D Ipsilateral ptosis

Ans. D Ipsilateral ptosis

Bell's palsy is an acute onset lower motor neuron type of palsy - their will be Ipsilateral loss of :

a. Taste sensation, lacrimation and salivation

b. Facial paralysis

c. Noise intolerance (hyperacusis)

d. Eye balls will turn up and out (Bells phenomenon) on attempting to close eyes but ptosis will not be seen.

Note

In Bells palsy - Facial paralysis is usually preceeded by pain behind the ear,

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