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diplegia facialis (s) (noun) (no plural)
The paralysis of similar body parts on two sides of a person's face; as shown in the picture below: Lyme disease is the most widespread infectious source of diplegia facialis or facial diplegia, but it can be treated and the disability will recede.
An example of a diplegia paralysis in a man's face.
—This image is a modification and compilation of one that appeared in Google Images.
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