1979
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.115.9.1118
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Trigeminal trophic syndrome

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“…23,24 One series reported 18% prevalence of TTS after trigeminal ablation. 25 Before the invention of the first effective medications for neuralgia, carbamazepine and phenytoin, severe trigeminal neuralgia was treated surgically. 26 The combination of dense sensory loss and chronic itch produced a surge in TTS cases.…”
Section: Major Neuropathic Itch Syndromes and How To Diagnose Themmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…23,24 One series reported 18% prevalence of TTS after trigeminal ablation. 25 Before the invention of the first effective medications for neuralgia, carbamazepine and phenytoin, severe trigeminal neuralgia was treated surgically. 26 The combination of dense sensory loss and chronic itch produced a surge in TTS cases.…”
Section: Major Neuropathic Itch Syndromes and How To Diagnose Themmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Die Aufklärung und psychologische Beratung des Patienten sollte immer am Anfang stehen [4]. Eine spontane Abheilung des Defektes ist prinzipiell im Früh-stadium möglich, wenn keine Manipulationen mehr erfolgen [2,3,5,6,7,12,23].…”
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“…3 ▲ Patient nach Defektdeckung mittels kontralateralem paramedianem Stirnlappen und "composite graft" aus der Ohrmuschel (11/2001) Kasuistiken tika können hilfreich sein [19,23].Vielfach wird jedoch eine Progression beobachtet, da die Patienten zum einen die Sensibilitätsstörungen und das Gefühl der nasalen Obstruktion nicht tolerieren und es sich zum anderen häufig um ältere bzw. nicht kooperative Patienten handelt, welche die teils aufwendigen Therapiemaß-nahmen nicht konsequent durchhalten [2,3,6,7,21].…”
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“…In a series of 382 patients who underwent trigeminal rhizotomy, 213 (55.7 per cent) developed unpleasant 'crawling' and 'drawing' sensations (Peet and Schneider, 1952). Such patients are also prone to a crescent-shaped area of nasal ulceration which may spread to involve the cheek and upper lip, termed the trigeminal trophic syndrome (Finlay, 1979).…”
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