Facial neuritis | Radiology Case | tamarpulpmill.info - Neuritis facial
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Left facial nerve palsy. Diffuse enhancement along the entire length of the left facial nerve extending anteriorly along the greater superficial petrosal nerve. Facial neuritis (Bell's palsy) is considered clinically with rapid onset unilateral facial paralysis. Prominent thickening with increased enhancement of the cisternal, tympanic and mastoid segments of the left facial nerve compared to the right one. Facial neuritis (Bell's palsy) is essentially a clinical diagnosis with acute onset unilateral facial paralysis. The cisternal segment.