Symptoms of hemifacial spasm

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1, hemifacial spasm, a tic short is a few seconds to more than ten minutes, long, intermittent periods of different length, the patient felt

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1, hemifacial spasm, a tic short is a few seconds to more than ten minutes, long, intermittent periods of different length, the patient felt confused in mind, unable to work or study, seriously affect the patient's physical and mental health. The majority of sleep after seizures.

2, bilateral hemifacial spasm are very rare, if any, are often on both sides has onset, one side twitching stopped, the other side to attack, but the other side of the side of light twitch heavier, at the same time, at the same time, the incidence of bilateral tiqueur reported.

3, a small number of patients with mild facial pain in convulsions, individual cases may be accompanied by ipsilateral headache, tinnitus.

Most of the 4, hemifacial spasm patients in the middle age, the female is more.

5, the duration of early stage for the side orbicularis paroxysmal involuntary twitching, gradually extended to the other side of the face of facial muscles, a muscle twitch most easily noticed, serious even can affect ipsilateral to the platysma, but less involvement of frontal muscle.

6, the degree of convulsions vary, for paroxysmal, rapid, irregular convulsions. At the beginning of the convulsion is light, lasts for only a few seconds, and then gradually extended to a few minutes or longer, while the intermittent time gradually shortened, convulsions gradually aggravated.

7, the serious is a tonic, resulting in the same side of the eye can not be opened, the mouth to the same side askew, unable to speak. Often due to fatigue, mental stress, independent movement and intensified, but can not control their seizures.

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