alexa Abstract | MR Imaging of Teflon Induced Granuloma as a Cause of Recurrent Trigeminal Neuralgia Following Microvascular Decompression
ISSN: 2329-6895

Journal of Neurological Disorders
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Teflon is an inert material used for microvascular decompression and placed between the trigeminal nerve and offending vessel. Teflon granuloma is considered a less known cause for recurrent facial pain after MVD. Here we report our experience with Teflon ganuloma and its treatment.

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Author(s): Soni N, Sunil K


Recurrent trigeminal neuralgia, Microvascular decompression, Teflon granuloma, Neuropathy, Neurosurgical Emergencies, Brain aneurysm

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