gasserian


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gas·ser·i·an

(gă-sēr'ē-ăn),
Relating to or described by Johann L. Gasser.
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Pulsed radiofrequency treatment of the Gasserian ganglion in patients with idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia.
Comment on "Pulsed radiofrequency treatment of Gasserian ganglion in patients with idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia".
Pulsed percutaneous radiofrequency treatment of the Gasserian ganglion for therapy of trigeminal neuralgia: technical notes, validity of the method and selection of the patients.
5) Etiology Self-manipulation of the skin that most commonly develops following therapy for trigeminal neuralgia, which disrupts the Gasserian ganglion.
The Gasserian ganglion and the proximal sensory and motor roots are enclosed in a dural envelope, which forms Meckel's cave (Kruger & Young, 1981).
75-1 ml of a contrast material, is inflated to compress the Gasserian ganglion and nerve root against the dura and the petrous ridge for 1 minute (Fig 3).
Percutaneous controlled thermocoagulation of gasserian ganglion in trigeminal neuralgia.
The presence of metastatic neoplasm in the gasserian ganglion area (right side) of the skull base was demonstrated (Fig.
Metastatic tumor involving the gasserian ganglion was reported by Power in 1886 and then by Parves-Stuart in 1927.
The unique occurrence of metastatic tumor in the gasserian ganglion was a preterminal event in our patient.