Facial paralysis of sudden onset and unknown cause normally affecting one side of the face and lasting from weeks to years. The mechanism is presumed to involve swelling of the nerve due to immune or viral disease, with ischemia and compression of the facial nerve in the narrow confines of its course through the temporal bone.
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