Facial Manifestations And Multiple Sclerosis|OMICS International|Anaplastology

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Facial Manifestations And Multiple Sclerosis

The high prevalence of multiple sclerosis (MS) in the northern hemisphere is of concern. In this disease, discrete plaques of demyelization occur at sites throughout the CNS causes by a cell mediated immune response. This chronic inflammatory disease is often progressive and attacks the myelin sheath of the CNS. MS is a destructive disease that affects the oral and maxillofacial complex as well. Oral and facial manifestation in MS patients, are significant for dentists especially trigeminal neuralgia (TN), trigeminal sensory neuropathy (TSN) and facial palsy (FP). As the prevalence of oral and facial manifestation in MS is high, the probability of MS can be raised, and thus preclude unnecessary treatment of these manifestations instead of the primary etiology Six oral and facial disorders upon which patients have studied by neurologist were Trigeminal Neuralgia, Facial Palsy, TMD (Temporomandibular disorder), Dysphagia, Dysarthria and Visual Symptoms. To diagnose Trigeminal Neuralgia with the history of facial pain, describing pain and the factors that trigger it, time and location of pain, from the patient has asked. To diagnose Facial Palsy by standard physical examination which was performed to determine if muscle function Expression, Grade FP involvement was based on the 0-4 rating which zero means no FP and 4 means complete FP. Oral And Facial Manifestations Of Patients With Multiple Sclerosis: Lassemi E, Sahraian MA, Motamedi MHK, Valayi N, Moradi N and Lasemi R
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Last date updated on January, 2021