[Nasal resistance in facial palsy].


The parasympathetic nerve which innervates the nasal mucosa is known to take a course along the facial nerve, geniculate ganglion, greater petrosal nerve and Vidian nerve as a preganglionic component. In the case of facial palsy with decreased lacrimation, it is proposed that the patients have a damage of the geniculate or suprageniculate lesion. This… (More)


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@article{Ishii1989NasalRI, title={[Nasal resistance in facial palsy].}, author={J. Ishii and Motoshige Nabeshima and Masato Kuki and Yasutomo Nagasue and Takayuki Ishii}, journal={Nihon Jibiinkoka Gakkai kaiho}, year={1989}, volume={92 8}, pages={1259-64} }