Caption: Figure 1: Perioperative view of the dissected proximal left genitofemoral nerve (GFN), just before neurectomy
. Patient in right lateral decubitus position.
Laparoscopic presacral neurectomy
. Results of the first 25 cases.
Previous studies showed satisfactory clinical results of posterior nasal neurectomy
for the most part, including more than 50% patients being almost totally free of nasal symptoms [2, 3, 11].
Shou et al., "Phenotypic modulation of corpus cavernosum smooth muscle cells in a rat model of cavernous neurectomy
," PLoS ONE, vol.
for interdigital neuroma is the most common procedure in patients with persistent symptoms unresponsive to the conservative treatment; however, some patients complain of continued forefoot pain even after the procedure.
Johnson's ban comprised three years for the neurectomy
and a further 12 months for administering an anabolic steroid to three of his horses.
In OPD of Punjab Dental Hospital almost 10-12 patients of neuralgia like pain are seen weekly which are treated by anti-convulsant drugs or surgical procedures including glycerol injection and peripheral neurectomy
. The observed frequency of patients with neuralgic pain is high and raises a suspicion about diagnosis.
Search terms included hip joint, osteoarthritis, radiofrequency, femoral nerve, sciatic nerve, obturator nerve, hip joint anatomy, neurectomy
, articular branch, joint denervation, coxalgia, pain, and hip joint anatomy.
Amid, "A 1-stage surgical treatment for postherniorrhaphy neuropathic pain: triple neurectomy
and proximal end implantation without mobilization of the cord," Archives of Surgery, vol.
Among the topics are imaging in endoscopic sinus surgery, sphenopalatine artery ligation and vidian neurectomy
, the endoscopic resection of pituitary tumors, the anatomy of the sphenoid and adjacent structures of importance during skull base surgery, and endoscopic surgery of the cranocervical junction.