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Middle Black Sea Journal of Health Science
Bilateral Facial Nerve Paralysis (FNP) due to the temporal bone fracture is rare condition. Management of the bilateral FNP is challenging. There is no study on the results of the physiotherapy in bilateral FNP. This report represented the outcomes of physiotherapy in a twenty-one years old, male patient with bilateral FNP. The functional status of the patient progressed from grade V to grade II in House-Brackmann classification. His facial symmetry also improved. The physiotherapy methods,doi:10.19127/mbsjohs.349732 fatcat:ezxfaqhirfcyjpdbl3bgummryq