szájzug innervációkor kitér

English translation: lift the side / the corner of the mouth

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Hungarian term or phrase:szájzug innervációkor kitér
English translation:lift the side / the corner of the mouth
Entered by: Krisztina Szűcs

08:33 Sep 28, 2018
Hungarian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Hungarian term or phrase: szájzug innervációkor kitér
Zárójelentésben:

"Arcon érzészavart nem jelez. Cornea reflex mko jól kiváltható. Facialis aszimmetria nincs, mko szájzúg innervációkor egyenlő magasságban jól kitér, homlokráncolás, szemhéjzárás mko jól kivitelezhető."

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Krisztina Szűcs
Romania
Local time: 12:24
lift the side / the corner of the mouth
Explanation:
What You Should Know About Ischemic Stroke | For Better | US News
https://health.usnews.com/health.../what-you-should-know-abo...
Jul 8, 2015 - Ischemic vs. bleeding stroke: Ischemic stroke is when blood vessels leading to ... One side of the face, often the corner of the mouth, goes crooked, and speech can slur. ... Often, patients with weakness in one side of the body can recover very well, Starkman says.

nagyon jó, képekkel is illusztrált cikk:

https://www.jems.com/articles/print/volume-39/issue-5/featur...

2. Perform a brief neurologic exam. You want to determine if the facial weakness is caused by a peripheral or central lesion.

Mouth: First, inspect the patient’s mouth. Look at the nasolabial fold—the wrinkle between the corner of their nose and the corner of their mouth. Facial weakness or drooping can obscure this wrinkle, as the face is pulled down by gravity. Next, have the patient smile. If the facial palsy is severe, they’ll be unable to lift the side of their mouth. If the patient is able to smile symmetrically but has flattening of the nasolabial fold, this is still a sign of mild facial weakness. Mouth weakness will be present in both central and peripheral facial palsies.

Eyes: First, inspect the eyes at rest. Look at the palpebral fissure—the space between the eyelids—to determine if one eye is opened more widely than the other. This may be a subtle sign of eye closure weakness. Next, ask the patient to close their eyes tightly. Normally, patients should be able to squeeze their eyes so tightly that the eyelashes are no longer visible. Asymmetry in eyelid closure is a sign of peripheral facial nerve palsy.

Forehead: Have the patient wrinkle their forehead, as if they’re surprised. In a central lesion, the forehead should lift symmetrically, due to bilateral cortical innervation of the frontalis muscle. However, in a peripheral lesion, the patient will be unable to wrinkle their forehead on one side, or have fewer wrinkles on that side. Asymmetry in forehead wrinkles is a sign of peripheral facial nerve palsy.

Facial Signs of Stroke | LIVESTRONG.COM
https://www.livestrong.com › Diseases and Conditions
In fact, several facial symptoms may result from a stroke. ... while the other is not, only one corner of the person's mouth may raise into a smile.


Signs/symptoms and causes of stroke - Med-El
https://stiwell.medel.com/en/.../stroke/signs-symptoms-and-c...
Learn more about signs, symptoms and causes of stroke. ... of the body, an arm or leg, one side of the face, facial nerve paresis – e.g. slack corner of the mouth) ...


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nekem szvsz a raise jobban tetszik

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9.g. A mozgatórendszer speciális vizsgáló-módszerei (fizikális ...
https://www.tankonyvtar.hu/hu/tartalom/.../2011.../ch09s07.h...
A m. rectus lateralis izmot innerválja. ... Vizsgáljuk meg, hogy van–e arcaszimmetria, különbség a homlokredőben, a szájzug állásában, a pislogásban.

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Neuro VIII. Motoros rendszerek (reflexek, leszálló pályák, striatum kör ...
https://quizlet.com/.../neuro-viii-motoros-rendszerek-reflex...
Reciprok innerváció reflex működése ..... Az ellenoldali szájzug "lelóg", viszont a szemkörüli mimikai izmok és a gége és a garat mozgatása nem bénul.

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Köszönöm, Krisztina!
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Erzsébet Czopyk
Hungary
Local time: 11:24
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4 +1lift the side / the corner of the mouth
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lift the side / the corner of the mouth


Explanation:
What You Should Know About Ischemic Stroke | For Better | US News
https://health.usnews.com/health.../what-you-should-know-abo...
Jul 8, 2015 - Ischemic vs. bleeding stroke: Ischemic stroke is when blood vessels leading to ... One side of the face, often the corner of the mouth, goes crooked, and speech can slur. ... Often, patients with weakness in one side of the body can recover very well, Starkman says.

nagyon jó, képekkel is illusztrált cikk:

https://www.jems.com/articles/print/volume-39/issue-5/featur...

2. Perform a brief neurologic exam. You want to determine if the facial weakness is caused by a peripheral or central lesion.

Mouth: First, inspect the patient’s mouth. Look at the nasolabial fold—the wrinkle between the corner of their nose and the corner of their mouth. Facial weakness or drooping can obscure this wrinkle, as the face is pulled down by gravity. Next, have the patient smile. If the facial palsy is severe, they’ll be unable to lift the side of their mouth. If the patient is able to smile symmetrically but has flattening of the nasolabial fold, this is still a sign of mild facial weakness. Mouth weakness will be present in both central and peripheral facial palsies.

Eyes: First, inspect the eyes at rest. Look at the palpebral fissure—the space between the eyelids—to determine if one eye is opened more widely than the other. This may be a subtle sign of eye closure weakness. Next, ask the patient to close their eyes tightly. Normally, patients should be able to squeeze their eyes so tightly that the eyelashes are no longer visible. Asymmetry in eyelid closure is a sign of peripheral facial nerve palsy.

Forehead: Have the patient wrinkle their forehead, as if they’re surprised. In a central lesion, the forehead should lift symmetrically, due to bilateral cortical innervation of the frontalis muscle. However, in a peripheral lesion, the patient will be unable to wrinkle their forehead on one side, or have fewer wrinkles on that side. Asymmetry in forehead wrinkles is a sign of peripheral facial nerve palsy.

Facial Signs of Stroke | LIVESTRONG.COM
https://www.livestrong.com › Diseases and Conditions
In fact, several facial symptoms may result from a stroke. ... while the other is not, only one corner of the person's mouth may raise into a smile.


Signs/symptoms and causes of stroke - Med-El
https://stiwell.medel.com/en/.../stroke/signs-symptoms-and-c...
Learn more about signs, symptoms and causes of stroke. ... of the body, an arm or leg, one side of the face, facial nerve paresis – e.g. slack corner of the mouth) ...


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Note added at 51 mins (2018-09-28 09:25:52 GMT)
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nekem szvsz a raise jobban tetszik

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Note added at 52 mins (2018-09-28 09:26:38 GMT)
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9.g. A mozgatórendszer speciális vizsgáló-módszerei (fizikális ...
https://www.tankonyvtar.hu/hu/tartalom/.../2011.../ch09s07.h...
A m. rectus lateralis izmot innerválja. ... Vizsgáljuk meg, hogy van–e arcaszimmetria, különbség a homlokredőben, a szájzug állásában, a pislogásban.

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Note added at 53 mins (2018-09-28 09:27:08 GMT)
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Neuro VIII. Motoros rendszerek (reflexek, leszálló pályák, striatum kör ...
https://quizlet.com/.../neuro-viii-motoros-rendszerek-reflex...
Reciprok innerváció reflex működése ..... Az ellenoldali szájzug "lelóg", viszont a szemkörüli mimikai izmok és a gége és a garat mozgatása nem bénul.

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Note added at 5 days (2018-10-03 10:53:28 GMT) Post-grading
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Köszönöm, Krisztina!

Erzsébet Czopyk
Hungary
Local time: 11:24
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
PRO pts in category: 48

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Katalin Szilárd: Igen, a perifériás facialis paresis kizárásánál írják: a szájzug az innervációkor kitér. Akartam betenni ide egy linket, de véletlenül becsuktam az egészet, de most megtaláltam: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2440925/ az 1. ábra.
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