Patients who experienced these symptoms often have a lot of psychological strain that goes along with it. They are anxious over the way they look on a day to day basis, the inability to move the face or even maintain symmetry in the resting state. These are very important features that we all take for granted when we don’t have paralysis. But when we do have paralysis, this is when the true value of the facial nerve and the facial muscles of expression come out.
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