Facial myokymia with polyradiculoneuropathy

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Article abstract

Two patients had bilateral facial myokymia in association with polyradiculoneuropathy. Characteristic electromyographic findings allow polyradiculoneuropathy to be differentiated from other causes of facial movements, and support the possibility that extraaxial facial nerve involvement is another cause of facial myokymia.

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