Emotions in the First 99 Days After the Onset of Facial Paralysis: A Single Case Study
How does a young, pretty woman cope emotionally with a peripheral facial paralysis? Surgical removal of an acoustic neurinoma robbed our 25-year-old female patient of one of her most important tools for dealing with social situations: her attractive face.
KeywordsBasic Emotion Facial Paralysis Emotional Involvement Attractive Face Emotional Tone
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