Automatic evaluation of the degree of facial nerve paralysis

@article{Wang2015AutomaticEO,
  title={Automatic evaluation of the degree of facial nerve paralysis},
  author={Ting Wang and Shu Zhang and Junyu Dong and Li'an Liu and Huiye Qiu},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2015},
  volume={75},
  pages={11893-11908}
}
Facial paralysis affects both mental and physical health of patients. Evaluation of facial paralysis in clinical practice is normally based on the static facial asymmetry at the maximal movement state and the dynamic change of facial muscle movement. However, most existing research only considers one of these two aspects when evaluating the degree of facial paralysis. This will result in an incomplete utilization of the diagnosis information leading to a low evaluation accuracy, or even… CONTINUE READING
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