A 37 year old intravenous drug user is referred by his GP for a suspected Bells Palsy. On examining his inner ear there are a number of vesicles visible on his ear drum. His cranial nerve examination reveals a weakness of the whole of the left side of his face.
The most likely diagnosis is:
a. Steven Johnson Syndrome
d. Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
e. Bells Palsy
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