[The autoparalytic syndrome--a leading symptom of postparetic facial function].

Abstract

Contradictory clinical and electromyographical findings following operations on the facial nerve have given rise to an analysis of the functional anatomy of the mimic musculature. This has led to the isolation of two sphincter systems in one half of the face to which all muscles on that side belong and which are innervated independently. Because of post… (More)

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@article{Stennert1982TheAS, title={[The autoparalytic syndrome--a leading symptom of postparetic facial function].}, author={Eberhard Stennert}, journal={Archives of oto-rhino-laryngology}, year={1982}, volume={236 1}, pages={97-114} }