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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 21, n° 10
pages 1145-1148 (octobre 2014)
Doi : 10.1016/j.arcped.2014.06.021
Prise en charge de la paralysie faciale périphérique chez l’enfant
Management of peripheral facial nerve palsy in children
 

B. Tabarki
 Service de neuropédiatrie, département de pédiatrie, hôpital militaire, P.O Box 7897, Riyadh 11159, Arabie saoudite 

Résumé

La paralysie faciale périphérique est une pathologie relativement fréquente qui exige une attitude diagnostique et thérapeutique spécifique. À côté de la paralysie idiopathique (paralysie de Bell ou a « frigore ») la plus fréquente, d’autres causes infectieuses, traumatiques, tumorales ou systémiques ne doivent pas être méconnues. La paralysie faciale idiopathique est la forme la plus fréquente des paralysies faciales mais reste un diagnostic d’élimination. Son pronostic est plus favorable chez l’enfant que chez l’adulte. Nous proposons ici de synthétiser les recommandations que l’on peut actuellement retenir pour l’enfant, tant en ce qui concerne la démarche diagnostique que le traitement de la paralysie faciale périphérique.

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Abstract

Peripheral facial nerve palsy may (secondary) or may not have a detectable cause (idiopathic facial palsy or Bell's palsy). Idiopathic facial palsy is the common form of facial palsy. It remains diagnosis by exclusion. The prognosis is more favourable in children than in adults. We present current diagnostic procedures and recommendations regarding treatment in children.

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