Naveed Ashraf

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Back ground: Hemifacial spasm is a syndrome of spontaneous and gradual onset that has its hallmark the intermittent twitching of the muscles of facial expression on one side of the face. Characteristically, a series of twitches, increasing in frequency and intensity are followed by a sustained spasm lasting a few seconds to a few minutes. Hemifacial spasm(More)
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