Microneurovascular reconstruction in chronic facial nerve lesions: does anomalous innervation through the masseteric nerve work?

K.G. Krishnan, V. Seifert, J.K. Krauss & G. Schackert
Objective: Unilateral and bilateral facial palsies resulting from the invasion of the facial nuclei and/or nerves are well known in lesions of the brainstem, cerebellopontine angle and the petrous bone. The aim of the study was to retrospectively analyze the functional outcomes of microneurovascular[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]