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the face of a patient – what does it tell us about neurological diseases?

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Our face is

Determined genetically

Determined by diseases

Central lesions vs peripheral lesions

Facial nerve branches

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After Ischaemia

Deviation conjugee to the right after ischaemia of right precentral region, Clinical picture removed pending authorization

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Proptosis

High venous pressure behind eyebulb

Sinus Cavernosus, Fistula of the cavernosus sinus after head trauma, You could "listen" to the head and hear ruits

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Polyneuropathy & hairloss

Thallium poisoning

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Swollen Temporal Artery

Arteriitis temporalis

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Marcus-Gunn-Phenomenon

"Winking Jaw"

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Congenital innervation defect

Harlequin Syndrome

Loss of autonomic innervation

Sometimes after a dissection

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Take home message

Listen to the patient

Look at the patient

Horner

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Neuro-Muscular

Myasthenia Gravis

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Dystrophic Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy

More signs of atrophy

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congenital

Agenisis of a facial muscle

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hemi atrophia facialis

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