Morphologic Study of Foramen Oval Region on Surgery Approach for Trigeminal Neuralgia

@article{Zhu2015MorphologicSO,
  title={Morphologic Study of Foramen Oval Region on Surgery Approach for Trigeminal Neuralgia},
  author={Bitao Zhu and Huan Wang and Min Liu and K. Cheng and Z. Li and You-qiong Li},
  journal={The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={541–543}
}
AbstractTrigeminal neuralgia is a complex refractory neurologic disease. The foramen ovale puncture performs an important role in nerve anesthesia, balloon compression, focal gamma radiation, microvascular decompression, and radiofrequency nerve rhizotomy when the drug does not work. In this study, we provide some information about foramen oval region. Measuring the point at the distance of 2 cm beneath the zygomaxillare, which is close to the percutaneous insertion point and the center of… Expand
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