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Facial pain  may be diagnosed as  trigeminal neuralgia, trigeminal neuroma, or a diagnosis of atypical facial pain may be given. 

Facial paralysis is a condition affecting the muscles and nerves of the face.  The condition can be acquired facial paralysis, or congenital facial paralysis.



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