Feasibility of real-time ultrasound for pudendal nerve block in patients with chronic perineal pain.

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Compared with conventional fluoroscopic-guided pudendal nerve block, ultrasonography has potential advantages for visualizing anatomical landmarks such as the internal pudendal artery and nerve, the sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments, and local anesthetic spread. We examined the clinical utility of performing pudendal nerve… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.rapm.2007.10.004

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@article{Rofaeel2008FeasibilityOR, title={Feasibility of real-time ultrasound for pudendal nerve block in patients with chronic perineal pain.}, author={Ayman Rofaeel and P. Peng and I. F. Louis and Vincent C. T. Chan}, journal={Regional anesthesia and pain medicine}, year={2008}, volume={33 2}, pages={139-45} }