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Arch Iran Med. 2011;14(1): 73-75.
PMID: 21194269
Scopus ID: 78751473205
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History of Medicine in Iran

Razi’s Description and Treatment of Facial Paralysis

Seyed Mahmood Tabatabaei*, AbdolJalil Kalantar Hormozi, mohsen Asadi

Abstract

In the modern medical era, facial paralysis is linked with the name of Charles Bell. This disease, which is usually unilateral and is a peripheral facial palsy, causes facial muscle weakness in the affected side. Bell gave a complete description of the disease; but historically other physicians had described it several hundred years prior although it had been ignored for different reasons, such as the difficulty of the original text language. The first and the most famous of these physicians who described this disease was Mohammad Ibn Zakaryya Razi (Rhazes). In this article, we discuss his opinion.

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