It doesn't exist, Czechs are mix of many different streams of people practically from whole continent I would say Czechs are the most typical Central Europeans So you often can't recognize Czech from Austrian, Czech from western Slovak, Czech fr. Figure: Facial phenotype of Czech CCFDN patients. Note that the facial dysmorphism (prominent nasal philtrum) is present rather in older children and that small children have quite normal appearance. from publication: Congenital cataract, facial dysmorphism and demyelinating neuropathy (CCFDN) in 10 Czech Gypsy. Summary. Facial palsy represents apparently a trivial mononeuropathy, which is considered to be identical with Bell's palsy, the idiopathic facial palsy. It is ordinarily a manifestation of nuclear impairment or direct lesion of the facial nerve , a mononeuropathy, of an infectious or inflammatory origin. A relation between.
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