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Lip and tongue edema and facial paralysis syndrome

Lip and tongue edema and facial paralysis syndrome, also known as Melkersson rosenthel syndrome, has a rapid onset. The face and tongue are swollen with swelling and paralysis of lateral facial muscles. The tongue body with swollen tongue surface or deep longitudinal fissure is often seen, which is the characteristic manifestation of this syndrome.

Symptoms

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