The Difference Between Bell's Palsy and Stroke Symptoms

As Bell’s Palsy is a condition that affects the facial nerve, symptoms can often mimic signs of stroke. Hai Sun, MD, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery and Assistant Director of Research at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School as well as a RWJBarnabas Health affiliated neurosurgeon, explains how he works with patients to differentiate between symptoms of Bell’s Palsy and stroke.

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