Question about Trigeminal neuralgia and hemifacial spasmCan you have a varient of Hemi facial with brow drop, eye closes and mouth pulls that side with smiling with out having visable spasms?
Possibly, yes. Though there are other possibilities such as faulty re-innervation from an old Bell's palsy.
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