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Coexistent Hemifacial Dystonia and Bell's Palsy in a Psychiatric Patient: a Case Report

Coexistent Hemifacial Dystonia and Bell's Palsy in a Psychiatric Patient: a Case Report

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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42399-021-00838-y

Facial dystonia and peripheral facial nerve (Bell's) palsy are essentially different in their etiology and pathogenesis. Combined facial dystonia and Bell's palsy coexisting in the same patient have not been described. Presenting this case we used clinical examination, MRI scan, videotaping of the patient, and chart review.