what is the diagnosis and how you manage abnormal movemet
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What is the diagnosis and how you manage abnormal movemet
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DR H●●●L A●●●D
DR H●●●L A●●●D Neurology
DOCTOR may prescribe anti-convulsant drugs such as carbamazepine (Tegretol) or phenytoin (Dilantin) to block firing of the nerve. Muscle relaxants such as baclofen (Lioresal), diazepam (Valium), and clonazepam (Klonopin) may also be prescribed. These drugs can be successful in treating mild cases but cause side effects 
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Dr. B●●●●●h K●●●r Neurology
Then appropriate symptoms should have been reported alongside , since HFS do follow bells palsy at times.. portraying caricature does not give a privilege to a doctor going for the root cause n right diagnosis , as both of them have a thin line between them.
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DR H●●●L A●●●D
DR H●●●L A●●●D Neurology
Hemifacial spasms are often caused by irritation or damage to your facial nerve. They’re commonly caused by a blood vessel pushing on the facial nerve near where the nerve connects to your brain stem. When this happens, the facial nerve may act on its own, sending out nerve signals that cause your muscles to twitch. This is known as an ephaptic transmission, and it’s one of the main causes of these spasms.... Read more
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