Amrit S Lota, Simon W Dubrey
British Journal of Hospital Medicine, Vol. 73, Iss. 4, 11 Apr 2012, pp 230 - 231
Trigeminal neuralgia is recognized as a cause of severe facial pain, although this usually responds to conventional strong analgesics and/or anticonvulsants. This article describes a patient literally 'petrified' by pain caused by primary trigeminal neuralgia.
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