Bell's palsy


Bell's palsy

noun \ˈbelz-\

Definition of BELL'S PALSY

:  paralysis of the facial nerve producing distortion on one side of the face

Origin of BELL'S PALSY

Sir Charles Bell †1842 Scottish anatomist
First Known Use: circa 1845

Bell's palsy

noun    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of BELL'S PALSY

: paralysis of the facial nerve producing distortion on one side of the face

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