publication . Bachelor thesis . 2015

Possibilities of pfysiotherapy in facial nerve paresis

ZIFČÁKOVÁ, Šárka;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Country: Czech Republic
Abstract
The bachelor thesis addresses paresis of the facial nerve. The facial nerve paresis is a rather common illness, which cannot be often cured without consequences despite all the modern treatments. The paresis of the facial nerve occurs in two forms, central and peripheral. A central paresis is a result of a lesion located above the motor nucleus of the facial nerve. A peripheral paresis is caused by a lesion located either in the location of the motor nucleus or in the course of the facial nerve. The most common cause of a unilateral peripheral paresis is Bells idiopathic palsy. The peripheral paresis of the facial nerve manifests itself by a palsy of muscles of ...
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Medical Subject Headings: stomatognathic diseases
free text keywords: metoda sestry Kenny; Bell's palsy; Bellova obrna; periferní paréza; centrální paréza; facial nerve; central paresis; fyzioterapie parézy nervus facialis; sister's Kenny method; physiotherapy for paresis of the facial nerve; peripheral paresis
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