Bell’s palsy /ˈbɛlz ˌpɔːlzi/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. paralysis of the facial nerve causing muscular weakness in one side of the face.
– origin mid 19th cent.: named after Sir Charles Bell (1774–1842), the Scottish anatomist who first described it.

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