Facial paralysis reconstruction
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20 Mar Dynamic and static reconstruction procedures are employed for facial reanimation in patients suffering from facial nerve paralysis. However.
Dynamic Reconstruction for Facial Nerve Paralysis
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Facial palsy and reconstruction. - PubMed - NCBI
Description:View Media Gallery Intratemporal facial nerve The first branch of the facial nerve is the greater petrosal nerve, which departs from the geniculate ganglion and is responsible for parasympathetic secretion of the nose, mouth, and lacrimal gland. The nerve to the stapedius is the next branch and arises from the proximal mastoid segment. The chorda tympani nerve emerges proximal to the stylomastoid foramen and carries parasympathetic secretory fibers to the submandibular and sublingual glands, as well taste fibers to the anterior two thirds of the tongue. Extratemporal facial nerve The extratemporal branching of the facial nerve has myriad patterns and variations. Dingman and Grabb present the largest dissection-based series for the surgical anatomy of the marginal mandibular branch, [ 6 ] while Pitanguy identifies the course of the temporal branch. Etiology in Prognosis and Treatment Etiology is the most important factor in determining the timing and choice of reconstructive technique.