The effect of superior cervical ganglion resection on peripheral facial palsy in rats

Abstract

Stellate ganglion block is performed to treat peripheral facial palsy because it increases blood flow and promotes nerve regeneration. Although stellate ganglion block increases blood flow around the facial nerve that runs outside the temporal bone, it may not affect blood flow inside the bone. Therefore, although stellate ganglion block is an effective… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00540-016-2181-6

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