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Neuroradiology 44:428433 PubMed. A complete blood profile will be conducted, including a chemical blood profile, a complete blood count, and a urinalysis, although these are typically normal in the case of facial paralysis. In this case, other signs such as Horners syndrome (decreased pupil size and third eyelid coming across the eye) and/or vestibular syndrome (head tilted to one side, and balance loss) (see related fact sheet ) are frequently seen in addition to facial paralysis.

Inability to close the eyelids, wide separation between the upper and lower eyelids. Ben-David J, Gertner R, Podoshin L, Fradis M, Pratt H, Rabina A (1986) Auditory brain stem evoked potentials in patients suffering from peripheral facial nerve palsy and diabetes mellitus. Shanghai Kou Qiang Yi Xue 14:590592 PubMed. J Neurosurg 100:645651 PubMed.

Will my dog recover? Nasopharyngeal polyps: benign growths that can occur in the back of the throat, the middle ear and even perforate through the ear drum rare in dogs. Cleve Clin J Med 72:398401.