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Facial spasm and high ige level is neurological?

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Dr. Olav Jaren
Neurology 19 years experience
Spasm yes, IgE no: A facial spasm can be a neurological symptom. There is a condition called hemifacial spasm for example, which is a paroxysmal activation of the muscles affecting smiling and eye closure on one side. I am not aware that high IgE levels correlate with this, or any other, neurological condition.

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