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Year 2010 Vol. 18 No 2

LECTURES, REVIEWS

POKHODENKO-CHUDAKOVA I.O., AVDEEVA E.A.

MODERN POSSIBILITIES OF THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL BRANCHES OF TRIGEMINAL NERVE TRAUMATIC INJURIES

Etiological factors of the peripheral branches traumatic injuries of n. trigeminus are different. The most frequent injury of the peripheral branches of trigeminal nerve is the inferior alveolar nerve neuritis. The aim of work is to systematize the literature data concerning modern possibilities of the complex treatment for traumatic injuries of the inferior alveolar nerve and to ground the expediency of study for acupuncture effectiveness in the standard complex rehabilitation treatment for that kind of patients. On the basis of special literature analysis on the acupuncture and clinical and laboratory tests applied for appreciation of treatment effectiveness of traumatic injuries of peripheral branches of trigeminal nerve as well as experimental examinations, we made the conclusion that study of acupuncture effectiveness included into the complex treatment for patients with traumatic neuritis of the inferior alveolar nerve according to the principles of demonstrative medicine should be considered as actual and expedient.

Keywords: trigeminal nerve neuritis, treatment, acupuncture
p. 123-132 of the original issue
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