Eeg facial spasm
Hemifacial spasm is an involuntary contraction of one half of the face. In most cases the cause of the spasms are not harmful but they can be cosmetically undesirable or embarrassing. As with many brain conditions, pinpointing the exact cause is not always straightforward. Several tests are available to help determine the cause of the spasms.
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Focal motor seizures mimicking hemifacial spasm
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TAN, L. CHAN, E. Hemifacial spasm HFS is characterized by tonic and clonic contractions of the muscles innervated by the ipsilateral facial nerve. It is important to distinguish this from other causes of facial spasms, such as psychogenic facial spasm, facial tic, facial myokymia, blepharospasm, and tardive dyskinesia. Magnetic resonance imaging and angiography studies frequently demonstrate vascular compression of the root exit zone of the facial nerve.
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Chronic isolated hemifacial spasm as a manifestation of epilepsia partialis continua
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