Three common neuralgias. How to manage trigeminal occipital and postherpetic pain
The pain experienced by patients with trigeminal, occipital, or postherpetic neuralgia is often severe, chronic, and difficult to treat. In this article, the authors outline the pathologic mechanisms of pain in these common neuralgias and discuss individually tailored pharmacologic and surgical approaches to their treatment.
Recommended CitationAshkenazi, Avi and Levin, Morris, "Three common neuralgias. How to manage trigeminal occipital and postherpetic pain" (2004). Department of Neurology Faculty Papers. Paper 17.
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