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Acquired facial paralysis in children: Acquired facial paralysis in children is paralysis or the facial muscles in children that is due to a disease or cause that is not present at birth and is acquired later in life. See detailed information below for a list of 13 causes of Acquired facial paralysis in children, Symptom Checker, including diseases and drug side effect causes.
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Medical Conditions associated with Acquired facial paralysis in children:
Children's health symptoms (230 causes), Face symptoms (8109 causes), Head symptoms (10192 causes), Paralysis symptoms (385 causes), Muscle symptoms (7251 causes), Musculoskeletal symptoms (6264 causes), Nerve symptoms (9132 causes), Neurological symptoms (9575 causes), Movement symptoms (6001 causes), Brain symptoms (2787 causes)
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