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Facial Nerve Grading Systems.
Published 1983 · Medicine
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A comprehensive, accurate, and valid system for reporting results of facial nerve surgery and disease is needed. This study describes and statistically analyzes eight currently available systems for reliability, validity, and ease of use. They are divided into three grading categories: gross scales, regional systems, and specific scales. Botman and Jongkees, May, and Peitersen have proposed five‐point gross scales. Janssen, Smith, Adour and Swanson, and Yanagihara have devised regional systems. Stennert has proposed a specific criteria scale.
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