Bilateral congenital facial paralysis
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Congenital Facial Paralysis
4 Mar Congenital facial paralysis is classified as traumatic or developmental, unilateral or bilateral, and complete or incomplete (paresis).
Congenital facial palsy (CFP) is clinically defined as facial palsy of the seventh cranial nerve which is present at birth or shortly thereafter. It is generally.
Description:Find articles by Rohan R. Shankar Find articles by Abhinandan K. Abstract Congenital facial palsy CFP is clinically defined as facial palsy of the seventh cranial nerve which is present at birth or shortly thereafter. It is generally considered to be either developmental or acquired in origin. Facial palsy of developmental origin is associated with other anomalies including those of pinna and external auditory canal, which range from mild defects to severe microtia and atresia. We report a 2-day-old male newborn that had right CFP with bilateral anotia and atresia of external auditory canals which is rare.