blockade of the obturator nerve for intractable spasticity of adductor thigh muscles.
Coeliac plexus neurolysis is the therapeutic ablation of the coeliac plexus where the Radiologist uses CT-guided imaging to inject a neurolytic
agent, such as ethanol, to permanently destroy the coeliac plexus.
blockade should only be performed for severe pain that is well localized and unresponsive to pharmacologic management with previously demonstrated positive diagnostic blocks [1, 8].
celiac plexus block for pain control in unresectable pancreatic cancer.
Comparison of epidural butamben to coeliac plexus neurolytic
block for the treatment of the pain of pancreatic cancer.
Effects of neurolytic
celiac plexus block on liver regeneration in rats with partial hepatectomy.
A blind, painful eye presents several challenges for ophthalmologists with regards to its evaluation and management.2 Retrobulbar injections of neurolytic
agents are a simple and effective method to control pain.
Surprisingly, the strongest predictor of success was the performance of a neurolytic
procedure, although the overall P value of the model only approached statistical significance at P = 0.0593 (STATA 10).
The results of celiac plexus block using a variety of neurolytic
Therapy generally involves dietary manipulation, urothelial therapy such as intravesical heparin or oral pentosan polysulfate sodium (PPS), and a tricyclic antidepressant for its neurolytic
Retroperitoneal abscess after neurolytic
celiac plexus block from the anterior approach.
Key Words: superior hypogastric plexus, neurolytic
block, imaging, ultrasound- guided, pelvic pain