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Therapeutic trial in facial hemispasm. Initial results


, : Therapeutic trial in facial hemispasm. Initial results. Annales D'oto-Laryngologie et de Chirurgie Cervico Faciale 97(6): 497-500

The authors propose an original easy technic of hemi-facial spasm. They take a drain on the emergence of facial nerve (stylo mastoïd hole). The, they proceed at successif alcoholizations. The first results are more favorable than formes tecnicals.

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