DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20193953

Case report of Anotia with ipsilateral facial nerve palsy

Qasem Buhaibeh, Sulaiman Madad, Tawfik Dhaiban

Abstract


Anotia is the severe form of microtia anomalies that involve pinna and external auditory canal  present at birth is rare to be associated with congenital facial nerve palsy. The author reports a man with Right side Anotia and ipsilateral facial nerve palsy. This is rare report of such an association in adult patient had right Anotia and ipsilateral right facial palsy.


Keywords


Anotia, Facial nerve palsy, Microtia

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