• Bell's Palsy Definition


Bell's Palsy is defined as facial paralysis of unknown cause, usually one-sided, due to impaired function of Facial nerve (VII cranial nerve), leading to difficulty in control over facial muscles. It commonly results in drooping of one side of face with inability to close the eye on affected side.

Bell's Palsy is often confused with Stroke, the major difference being that Bell's Palsy is not life-threatening while Stroke is.

Bell's Palsy can be:

Partial: Mild facial weakness is experienced. Paralysis is not complete and symptoms are incompletely developed.

Complete: Facial weakness is severe leading to paralysis of muscles.

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