Signs of Bell's Palsy
Symptoms of Bell's Palsy
The list of medical symptoms mentioned in various sources
for Bell's Palsy may include:
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Bell's Palsy Symptoms
Note that Bell's Palsy symptoms usually refers to various medical symptoms known to a patient,
but the phrase Bell's Palsy signs may often refer to those signs
that are only noticable by a doctor.
Signs or Symptoms of Bell's Palsy:
In addition to
one-sided facial paralysis with possible inability to close the eye,
symptoms of Bell's palsy may include pain, tearing, drooling,
hypersensitivity to sound in the affected ear, and impairment of taste.
(Source: excerpt from NINDS Bell's Palsy Information Page: NINDS)
More Symptoms of Bell's Palsy:
More detailed symptom information may be found on the symptoms of Bell's Palsy article.
In addition to the above medical information, to get a full picture
of the possible signs or symptoms of this condition
and also possibly the signs and symptoms of its related medical conditions,
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What are the signs of Bell's Palsy?
The phrase "signs of Bell's Palsy" should, strictly speaking,
refer only to those signs and symptoms of Bell's Palsy that are not readily apparent to the patient.
The word "symptoms of Bell's Palsy" is the more general meaning; see symptoms of Bell's Palsy.
The signs and symptom information on this page
attempts to provide a list of some possible signs and symptoms of Bell's Palsy.
This medical information about signs and symptoms for Bell's Palsy has been gathered
from various sources,
may not be fully accurate,
and may not be the full list of Bell's Palsy signs or Bell's Palsy symptoms.
Furthermore, signs and symptoms of Bell's Palsy may vary on an individual basis for each patient.
Only your doctor can provide adequate diagnosis of any signs or symptoms and whether they
are indeed Bell's Palsy symptoms.