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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Photograph at the initial visit showing left upper and lower facial motor paralysis with obliteration of the nasolabial fold on the left side and axis of the upper lip shifted to the right (a), inability to close the left eye and presence of Bell's phenomenon (b). Herpetiform skin rash on the left ear, jawline, and neck are also seen (c and d)

Figure 1: Photograph at the initial visit showing left upper and lower facial motor paralysis with obliteration of the nasolabial fold on the left side and axis of the upper lip shifted to the right (a), inability to close the left eye and presence of Bell's phenomenon (b). Herpetiform skin rash on the left ear, jawline, and neck are also seen (c and d)