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Recurrent idiopathic familial facial nerve palsy and ophthalmoplegia.

Strabismus 2001 September
INTRODUCTION: Idiopathic facial nerve palsy is a common neurologic condition but episodes of ophthalmoplegia in these patients are uncommon.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: Retrospective case series.

RESULTS: Three patients with facial nerve palsy with unusual features, including ophthalmoplegia, are described.

CONCLUSION: Recurrent episodes, familial tendency, and associated ophthalmoplegia are uncommon in patients with idiopathic facial nerve palsy.

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