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Figure 1: (a) The right facial palsy of Sir Charles Bell: Absence of wrinkles on the right forehead; the right eyebrow is abnormal and asymmetric; wider palpebral fissure on the right side; depressed left angle of mouth; left nasolabial fold is more shallow with deviation to the left side (Ref: Resende LAL, Weber SAT. Arq Neuropsiquiatr 2009; 67(3-A):783-784) (b) Ref: Volitional and Emotional Supranuclear Facial Weakness. (Ref: R.T. Ross, M.D., and Robert Mathiesen; N Engl J Med 1998; 338:1515) (c) The Mona Lisa Smile

Figure 1: (a) The right facial palsy of Sir Charles Bell: Absence of wrinkles on the right forehead; the right eyebrow is abnormal and asymmetric; wider palpebral fissure on the right side; depressed left angle of mouth; left nasolabial fold is more shallow with deviation to the left side (Ref: Resende LAL, Weber SAT. Arq Neuropsiquiatr 2009; 67(3-A):783-784) (b) Ref: Volitional and Emotional Supranuclear Facial Weakness. (Ref: R.T. Ross, M.D., and Robert Mathiesen; N Engl J Med 1998; 338:1515) (c) The Mona Lisa Smile