The New York Medical Press: A Weekly Journal of Medicine, Surgery, & the Collateral Sciences, Volume 3

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Page 49 - Exsection of the Trunk of the Second Branch of the Fifth Pair of Nerves, beyond the Ganglion of Meckel, for severe Neuralgia of the Face; with three cases.
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Page 68 - A few days only of partial relief followed, when the pains were renewed with such severity that Forbes again besought another attempt to procure some amelioration of his suffering. From the failure of the operation by which about an inch of the trunk of the second branch of the fifth pair of nerves had been removed, it occurred to me that the portion of the trunk which was left must be still in a diseased condition, and that the train of neuralgic phenomena which were manifested, was to be referred...
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