Peripheral Vertigo symptoms
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Facial paralysis is loss of facial movement because of nerve damage. It often presents as droopiness or weakness on one side of the face and is typically caused by infection, trauma, tumors, or stroke.
Bell's palsy is a condition that affects movement of the muscles in the face as a result of damage to the seventh cranial nerve controlling them. Significant damage of this nerve can result in paralysis of the face.