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Acad J Ped Neonatol
A 1-year-old female with unilaterally congenital weakness in the facial muscles was referred to us and we have studied the literature about facial paralysis for differantial diagnosis in the light of this case. There are several described causes of facial nerve paralysis in children, as it can be congenital (due to delivery traumas and genetic or malformative diseases) or acquired (due to infective, inflammatory, neoplastic, traumatic or iatrogenic causes) and can be unilaterally orfatcat:vctvid5eszcfdcp72tlv33x5ai