Epidemiology Of Typical And Atypical Craniofacial Neuralgias

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Recurrent syncope due to glossopharyngeal neuralgia

Craniofacial pain and syncope are associated with glossopharyngeal neuralgia (GN). Carbamazepine is considered a first-line treatment of GN. Bradyarrhythmic complications of GN are treated with anticholinergic medications or with a β 2-adrenoreceptor agonist. The need for demand dual-chamber pacemakers in the long-term treatment of GN remains

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Neurological Sciences - ANIRCEF

S65 Epidemiology of typical and atypical craniofacial neuralgias G.C. Manzoni P. Torelli S68 Typical facial neuralgias M.Aguggia S71 Atypical facial pain: clinical considerations and differential diagnosis E.Agostoni R. Frigerio P. Santoro S75 Controversies in optic neuritis pain diagnosis E.Agostoni R. Frigerio A. Protti

NEUROLOGICAL RARITIES Asystole and facial pain

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CASE OF WELL DIFFERENTIATED SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

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Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia with Syncope Caused by

diagnosis in patients with atypical orofacial pain. REFERENCES 1. Manzoni GC, Torelli P. Epidemiology of typical and atypi-cal craniofacial neuralgias. Neurol Sci 2005;26 Suppl 2:s65-s67 2. Johnston RT, Redding VJ. Glossopharyngeal neuralgia asso-ciated with cardiac syncope: long term treatment with per-manent pacing and carbamazepine. Br Heart

Cronicon OPEN ACCESS EC NEUROLOGY Mini Review A Case Series

Epidemiology of meningioma is ranging from 1.3/100,000 to 7.8/100,000 for cerebral meningiomas [4]. Patients and Method We studied on meningioma among 614 patients with brain tumor (consists of meningioma, glioma and pituitary tumor). we found that 145 patients had meningioma.

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52 J.I. M. Sfax, N°23; Juillet 16 : 52 - 56 1 La compression de la neuvième paire Nous rapportant un cas rare d une n glossopharyngien par une méga artère vertébrale.

Case Report Trigeminal Neuralgia Resulting from Delayed

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Literatur Der chronische Schmerzpatient in der zahnärztlichen

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Case Report A Novel Case of Resolved Postherpetic Neuralgia

Although patients with typical TN may have allodynia, but overlap of postherpetic and trigeminal neuralgias without Epidemiology of typical and atypical