Sound-induced facial synkinesis following facial nerve paralysis.

Abstract

Facial synkinesis (or synkinesia) (FS) occurs frequently after paresis or paralysis of the facial nerve and is in most cases due to aberrant regeneration of (branches of) the facial nerve. Patients suffer from inappropriate and involuntary synchronous facial muscle contractions. Here we describe two cases of sound-induced facial synkinesis (SFS) after… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bjps.2007.12.049

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