On June 11, Justin Bieber revealed on the social platform that he was suffering from Hunter's syndrome. At present, he has facial paralysis on his right face. He said he could not blink and laugh on the other side However, in the 4-minute video, Bieber's right face did not move, and it was even difficult to make an expression, which also worried fans all over the world and hoped that he would recover as soon as possible
It is reported that Justin Bieber suffered from Hunter's syndrome, and his condition became worse, which led to his temporary facial paralysis. But this is not the most important thing. The important thing is that if the condition continues to worsen, it may also cause hearing loss. This is undoubtedly the biggest blow and heavy blow to singers
It is worth noting that in March this year, his wife Haley suffered from cerebral thrombosis. She was only 25 years old.
Hunter's syndrome, Ramsay Hunt syndrome, also known as geniculate ganglionitis, is a common peripheral facial paralysis, and its incidence rate is second only to Bell's facial paralysis. It was first reported by Ramsay Hunt in 1907, hence its name. The main manifestations are severe pain in one side of the ear, ear herpes, ipsilateral peripheral facial paralysis with hearing and balance disorders.
The disease is caused by the reactivation of varicella zoster virus, which is hidden in the geniculate ganglion of the facial nerve, when the immune function of the body decreases. In addition to invading the geniculate ganglion, it can also involve the adjacent auditory nerves. The low cellular immune function is related to the disease. Cerebrospinal fluid is often abnormal due to local meningitis caused by infection affecting the brain. The disease is usually treated with hormones and neurotrophic agents
In this regard, relevant experts said that the prognosis of this disease is worse than that of Bell's facial paralysis. Less than 30% of the patients have self-healing. Most of the patients can not return to the original state through conservative treatment and need early surgery.