Facial nerve specialist syracuse ny

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New York Synkinesis, Synkinetic Paralysis, Treatment, Symptoms

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The term synkinesis means "simultaneous movement" and is a form of facial paralysis. When the facial nerve is damaged, nerve branches can, in effect, be miswired either from faulty regeneration or when being sewn together to repair nerve damage. Facial nerve fibers which reconnect to the wrong nerve groups can trigger involuntary and unwanted muscle movement. As a result, separate muscle groups which would normally function independently will move simultaneously.
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