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

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1. Navigation

1.1. EFNS Conference overview

1.2. Free Teaching Course overview

2. Our face is

2.1. Determined genetically

2.2. Determined by diseases

3. Central lesions vs peripheral lesions

3.1. Facial nerve branches

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3.2. After Ischaemia

3.2.1. Deviation conjugee to the right after ischaemia of right precentral region

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3.2.2. Note Left central facial palsy

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4. Proptosis

4.1. High venous pressure behind eyebulb

4.1.1. Sinus Cavernosus

4.1.1.1. Fistula of the cavernosus sinus after head trauma

4.1.1.2. You could "listen" to the head and hear ruits

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5. Polyneuropathy & hairloss

5.1. Thallium poisoning

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6. Swollen Temporal Artery

6.1. Arteriitis temporalis

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7. Marcus-Gunn-Phenomenon

7.1. "Winking Jaw"

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7.2. Congenital innervation defect

8. Harlequin Syndrome

8.1. Loss of autonomic innervation

8.2. Sometimes after a dissection

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9. Take home message

9.1. Listen to the patient

9.2. Look at the patient

10. Horner

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11. Neuro-Muscular

11.1. Myasthenia Gravis

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12. Dystrophic Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy

12.1. More signs of atrophy

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13. congenital

13.1. Agenisis of a facial muscle

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13.2. hemi atrophia facialis

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