Hypoglossal facial anastomosis
Primary Facial Nerve Repair
Dynamic insight into the cross-innervation phenomenon
4 Dec Hypoglossal-facial nerve (XII-VII) anastomosis is a surgical procedure that has long been used to restore movement to the facial muscles in.
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Description:Elena Dalla Toffola, E-mail: Three years after the anastomosis, Time to reinnervation was associated with the final House-Brackmann grade. Our study demonstrates that patients undergoing XII-VII anastomosis and a long-term rehabilitation program display a significant recovery of facial symmetry and movement. The recovery continues for at least three years after the anastomosis, meaning that prolonged follow-up of these patients is advisable.