hemifacial

hemifacial

 [hem″e-fa´sh´l]
affecting one side of the face.

hem·i·fa·cial

(hem'ē-fā'shăl),
Pertaining to one side of the face.

hemifacial

/hemi·fa·cial/ (-fa´shil) pertaining to or affecting half of the face.

hem·i·fa·cial

(hem'ē-fā'shăl)
Pertaining to one side of the face.

hemifacial

affecting one side of the face.

hemifacial spasm
hypertonicity of facial muscles may occur with increased irritability of the facial nerve as in otitis media or lesions of the brainstem.
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Geldzahler received a special request from a group of maxillofacial surgeons in Peru to treat a seven-year-old girl suffering from Hemifacial Microsomia, in addition to treating patients with cleft lips and palates.
Cranial nerve symptoms are common; they include diplopia, facial pain, hemifacial spasms, facial palsy, dysphagia, hoarseness, shoulder weakness, and tongue weakness.
Key features distinguishing the main differential diagnoses of VACTERL association Syndrome Features distinct from VA Fanconi anaemia Haematologic abnormalities, especially megaloblastic anaemia Pigmentation abnormalities, especially hyperpigmentation or Cafe au lait spots Propensity to develop malignancies Alagile syndrome Biliary duct abnormality Eye anomalies Facial abnormality Charge syndrome Choanal atresia Colobomata Growth impairment Ear anomalies Feingold syndrome Digital phalangeal abnormalities Microcepahly Cognitive impairment Typical facial appearance Oculo-auriculo- Microtia vertebral syndrome Hemifacial microsomia Neurocognitive impairment Deletion 22q11.
Hemifacial microsomia and treatment options for auricular replacement: A review of the literature.
Chate described the use of the propellant unilateral magnetic appliance (PUMA) in the treatment of hemifacial microsomia.
The patient had also experienced headaches, hemifacial spasms, and fever in 2005 and was diagnosed with neuro-Behcet's disease (NBD).
population, and are commonly associated with conditions, such as hemifacial microsomia; Joubert, Chemke, Knobloch, and von Voss syndromes; and Chiari III, Meckel Gruber and Dandy-Walker malformations.
12) Hemifacial sweating and flushing in patients with apparently abnormal ocular sympathetic innervation is defined as harlequin sign, used interchangeably with harlequin syndrome.
hemifacial spasm (a neuromuscular disorder characterised by unpredictable and involuntary twitching of facial muscles on one side of the face)
It is assumed that vascular compression of the 8th nerve is the cause (as in trigeminal neuralgia, hemifacial spasm and superior oblique myokymia).
Coverage includes neurophysiology, causes and syndromes associated with facial palsy, testing of the facial nerve, Bell's palsy, medical treatment, infection, temporal bone fractures, iatrogenic injury during surgery, traumatic facial nerve paralysis, hemifacial spasm, tumors causing palsy, surgery of the paralyzed face, and anesthesia.