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Management and prevention of third molar surgery-related trigeminal nerve injury: time for a rethink

Leung YY

Trigeminal nerve injury as a consequence of lower third molar surgery is a notorious complication and may affect the patient in long term. Inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) and lingual nerve...
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Trigeminal somatosensory evoked potential test as an evaluation tool for infraorbital nerve damage

Hong WT, Choi JH, Kim JH, Kim YH, Yang CE, Kim J, Kim SW

BACKGROUND: Neurosensory changes are frequently observed in the patients with mid-face fractures, and these symptoms are often caused by infraorbital nerve (ION) damage. Although ION damage is a relatively common...
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Role of neuron and non-neuronal cell communication in persistent orofacial pain

Iwata K, Shinoda M

It is well known that trigeminal nerve injury causes hyperexcitability in trigeminal ganglion neurons, which become sensitized. Long after trigeminal nerve damage, trigeminal spinal subnucleus caudalis and upper cervical spinal...
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Painful Horner syndrome after thyroidectomy: A case report

Lee MS, Suh YJ, Suk EH, Park CH

Horner syndrome is characterized by miosis, partial blepharoptosis and anhidrosis on the affected side of the face. This syndrome develops when the oculosympathetic nerve pathways to the eye and face...
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Distribution of the lingual foramina in mandibular cortical bone in Koreans

Kim DH, Kim MY, Kim CH

OBJECTIVES: The interforminal region, between the mandibular foramen, is known as a relatively safe area that is free of anatomic structures, such as inferior alveolar nerve, submandibular fossa, and lingual...
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A Case of Post-Traumatic Olfactory Disorder Presenting Negative Results of Schneider Test due to Trigeminal Nerve Injury

Ju YH, Park DU, Kim ST, Kang IG

There has been a considerable increase in the number of patients with olfactory disorder due to head and facial injuries. Conventional olfactory function evaluation methods, such as T&T olfactometer, the...
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THE DIAGNOSIS OF TRIGEMINAL NERVE INJURY IN FACIAL TRAUMA BY TRIGEMINAL SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED POTENTIAL

Ko YS, Yi SK, Han KT, Lim P

  • KMID: 1921405
  • J Korean Soc Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 1997 Nov;24(6):1367-1372.
No abstract available.
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