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129 Possible Causes for Bell's Phenomenon

  • Bell's Palsy

    The eye may roll upward on attempted eye closure (Bell's phenomenon) Supplemental material on the site DVD : Movie of Bell's phenomenon -- in the first half, looking at the[] A case of oculostapedial synkinesis occurring after Bell's palsy is described. This rare phenomenon has not previously been reported following Bell's palsy.[] The phenomenon of the "late recovered" Bell's palsy has the following specific features and has not formerly been described: (1) tightening of the facial muscles, with a deepening[]

  • Blepharoptosis

    The Bell's phenomenon reverted to normal in all three cases within 2 weeks and there were no corneal complications.[] The amount of levator resection was calculated considering the residual eyelid motility and Bell's phenomenon.[] Because of the risk of worsening of lagophthalmos and exposure keratitis due to an associated poor Bell phenomenon or weak orbicularis function, surgical treatment of the[]

  • Exposure Keratitis

    The Bell's phenomenon was absent in both eyes but the corneal sensation was intact (Figure 4). Figure 1.[] Conclusions : Patients with facial nerve palsy and simultanous trigeminal palsy and/or abducens nerve palsy or an abnormal Bell's phenomenon are at risk to develope a severe[] However, not all sleeping patients exhibit Bell’s phenomenon, with one study citing only 42% of 234 patients as having a positive Bell’s during sleep. [13] Certain medications[]

  • Raynaud Phenomenon

    Reference: (1) Goundry B, Bell L, Langtree M, Moorthy A. Diagnosis and management of Raynaud's phenomenon. BMJ. 2012;344:e289 (2) Herrick AL.[] Diagnosis and management of Raynaud’s phenomenon Clinical Review BMJ 2012 ; 344 doi: (Published 07 February 2012) Cite this as: BMJ 2012;344:e289 Beth Goundry , foundation[] The disease may occur as primary (idiopathic) Raynaud's phenomenon - which comprises the majority of cases (around 90%) secondary Raynaud's phenomenon - due to some underlying[]

  • Congenital Ptosis

    METHODS: The study involved 15 patients (23 eyes) with poor Bell's phenomenon (group 1) and 21 patients (33 eyes) with intact Bell's phenomenon (group 2) who underwent frontalis[] Poor Bell phenomenon (limited elevation of the eye), reduced corneal sensitivity, or poor tear production can produce exposure keratopathy.[] Lacrimal secretory function, Bell's phenomenon, strabismus, visual acuity, synkinetic jaw winking and the general status of the patient need to be evaluated in the work up[]

  • Raynaud's Disease

    Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of the Raynaud phenomenon [Internet]. 2012 [citado 2014 septiembre 15]. Disponible en: . Goundry B, Bell L, Langtree M, Moorthy A.[] Merkel P, Herlyn K, Martin R, Anderson J, Mayes M, Bell P, et al. Measuring disease activity and functional status in patients with scleroderma and Raynaud's phenomenon.[] Diagnosis and management of Raynaud's phenomenon. BMJ. 2012;344:e289. Herrick A, Cutolo M.[]

  • Herpes Zoster Oticus

    Bell's phenomenon was present on left side [ Figure 1 ].[] Photograph showing the presence of Bell's phenomenon and obliteration of nasolabial fold on left side Photograph while full smiling Photograph showing crusted eruptions on[]

  • Ectropion

    Treatment Options for Paralytic Ectropion • Lubrication with tear substitutes • Botulinum toxin injection • Temporary tarsorrhaphy in patients with poor Bell’s phenomenon[]

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Cases of meningo-encephalitis, cranial neuritis (especially Bell’s palsy) and motor radiculo-neuropathies have also been reported.[] Category 4: Heavy Metal toxicity Heavy metal accumulation is a common (not uncommon) phenomenon. Your hair colouring contains lead. Your deodorant contains aluminium.[]

  • Congenital Upper Palpebral Retraction

    All complications of blepharoptosis were noted in form of cosmetic appearance, under correction, lid fold, and bell's phenomenon, synkinetic movement, lid lag, lagophthalmos[] In conclusion, this unusual case illustrates the necessity for a careful assessment of ocular motility and the Bell's phenomenon in every case of congenital ptosis prior to[] Several examinations over the first 2 years consistently showed 2 to 3 mm of left upper eyelid retraction, a poor Bells phenomenon, and fluorescein staining of the inferior[]

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