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What are the other names of ramsay hunt syndrome?

What are the other names of ramsay hunt syndrome?

Herpez zoster: When the herpez zoster virus affects the geniculate ganglion of the facial nerve, this name is used one sometimes sees the blisters caused by the virus in the external ear. Unilateral facial paralysis is the usual symptom. ...Read more

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What signs or symptoms make up ramsay-hunt syndrome?

What signs or symptoms make up ramsay-hunt syndrome?

Painful rash: Check out mayo clinic at http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/ramsay-hunt-syndrome/ds00878 for info on chickenpox attacking ear, eg ramsay hunt syndrome. ...Read more

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How do you diagnose ramsay hunt syndrome?

How do you diagnose ramsay hunt syndrome?

Clinical diagnosis: The diagnosis of ramsay-hunt syndrome is a clinical one based on history and physical findings. The latter would include facial weakness and finding clear fluid filled vesicles in the external ear canal. ...Read more

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Is the cause of ramsay hunt syndrome known?

Is the cause of ramsay hunt syndrome known?

Herpes Infection: Ramsy-hunt syndrome is attributed to a herpes infection of the geniculate ganglion. It consists of facial palsy in combination with a herpetic eruption in in the external ear canal. Symptoms may include tinnitus (ringing in the ear), vertigo, deafness plus the facial weakness. ...Read more

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Are there treatment options for ramsay hunt syndrome?

Are there treatment options for ramsay hunt syndrome?

Herpes meds: Ramsay hunt is a variant of herpes facial neuritis. Many cases of bell's palsy are also caused by herpes. The virus lives in the trigeminal ganglion and can be activated to produce severe symptoms. Just facial weakness is bells. Facial weakness with hearing loss vertigo and numbness of face tongue and mouth is ramsay hunt. No cure but may be modified with herpes meds. ...Read more

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How can you get ramsay - hunt syndrome?

How can you get ramsay - hunt syndrome?

There are 3 types: Type 2 is the most common, referring to Zoster (reactivated chicked pox in a nerve) involving the nerve in the ear as well as the same side of the face. If you want more complete details you can try Wikipedia. ...Read more

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