Recurrent idiopathic familial facial nerve palsy and ophthalmoplegia.


INTRODUCTION Idiopathic facial nerve palsy is a common neurologic condition but episodes of ophthalmoplegia in these patients are uncommon. MATERIALS AND METHODS Retrospective case series. RESULTS Three patients with facial nerve palsy with unusual features, including ophthalmoplegia, are described. CONCLUSION Recurrent episodes, familial tendency… (More)


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@article{Lee2001RecurrentIF, title={Recurrent idiopathic familial facial nerve palsy and ophthalmoplegia.}, author={Andrew Go Lee and Paul W. Brazis and Eric Robert Eggenberger}, journal={Strabismus}, year={2001}, volume={9 3}, pages={137-41} }