The Nervous System Of The Brain That Cannot Respond To Facial Movements?
Hello, I want to ask …. My girlfriend was in an accident and there was blood in her ear and there was a big lump in the back of the head, but when healed some of the nerves in his stiff face couldn’t be moved. The eyes (rather visible more narrow in the eyes next to it) and the mouth (which can only smile on the left). I don’t know the exact name of the disease but can it be cured or not?
Accidents can cause head injuries, both mild, moderate and severe. Mild head injuries are usually felt is pain, dizziness, and can cause difficulty remembering for a while. People with head injuries are also experiencing a similar condition, but the time is longer. Severe head injuries can cause brain damage, and can cause loss of function, can even cause permanent injury or death.
Head injury that causes blood to come out of the ear can be caused by a fracture / fracture in the skull, although of course the doctor who examined it can diagnose it. Maybe at that time the injury that occurred was severe enough to currently cause neurological deficits (impaired nerve function).
Nerve disorders that cause disruption in half or a quarter of the face are usually caused by disorders of the cranial nerve VII (fascial nerve). It needs to be evaluated whether this is caused by a previous head injury or is caused by another disorder, for example Bell's palsy. It is best to consult a neurologist who has handled it before regarding this complaint. Can be cured or not depends on the cause of the disorder and its severity. The neurologist will conduct a medical interview, physical examination and supporting examinations if needed.