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Neurology 212 c173

A Case of Facial Spasms: Functional or Organic?


3.0

  • Evaluate a case of an adult female patient who presents with facial spasms and other complaints including facial weakness, slurred speech, and drooling.
  • Differentiate central causes of facial spasm from central causes of facial spasm.
  • Consider the effect of chiropractic adjustments on intracranial arterial function.
  • Develop improved skills in obtaining an accurate case history and performing a neurological examination of patient’s presenting with facial spasms.
  • Improve interpretation of relevant clinical findings of patients presenting with facial spasms.
  • List the differential diagnoses to consider in a patient presenting with facial spasms.
  • Identify portions of the brainstem, origins of the cranial nerves and the relationship between arteries and cranial nerves at the brainstem.

Joseph Ferezy, DC, DACAN, FIACN

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