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麻醉学和疼痛研究杂志

Strategy Based on Evidence for Treating Traditional Trigeminal Neuralgia

Abstract

Birton Streng*

Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is characterised by transient and unusual episodes of intense face pain that are primarily located in the trigeminal nerve's V2/V3 dermatome (CN V). The disease causes great suffering for some patients and a significant decline in life satisfaction. The measured pervasiveness is between 0.1-0.3%. Traditional TN has frequently been linked to a neurovascular conflict (NVC) at the root section zone between a cerebral vessel (typically the common cerebellar corridor) (REZ).The NVC may cause CNV to separate, demyelinate and deteriorate. According to the first theory, the damaged, demyelinated CNV is incapable of receiving ephaptic transmission of safe somatosensory updates, which activate pain strands and cause excruciating face pain in the associated nerve a region.

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