UCSD's Catalog of Clinical Images

Peripheral Left Cranial Nerve 7 (Bell's) Palsy: Picture on left demonstrates inability to raise left
eyebrow or generate wrinkles on left side of forehead; middle picture demonstrates difficulty closing left
eye and inability to raise left corner of mouth; picture on right demonstrates drooping at left corner of mouth,
loss of left naso-labial fold, and inability to completely close left eye. These findings are the result of idiopathic
peripheral CN-7 Palsy (aka Bell's Palsy).

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