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How do you diagnose ramsay hunt syndrome?

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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. Tim Conrad
Also pain. It is always painful.
Dr. Robert Jackson
Dermatology

In brief: It's

It's shingles that affects your facial nerve so you can have facial paralysis and hearing loss with it.

In brief: It's

It's shingles that affects your facial nerve so you can have facial paralysis and hearing loss with it.
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