nonneurolytic block

nonneurolytic block

Anesthesiology A form of anesthesia in which a local anesthetic agent is injected locoregionally, occasionally in combination with corticosteroids; NBs include injections into trigger points, stellate ganglion, or other sympathetic chain sites. See Nerve block, Neurolytic block.
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