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Idiopathic trigeminal neuritis is the technical diagnosis.
Bode had trigeminal neuritis, which the neurologist on staff confirmed.
Nerves from the head, face, neck and mouth converge onto the brainstem in an area called the trigeminal cervical complex, or the TCC.
People suffering from three medical conditions — hydrocephalus, migraines and trigeminal neuralgia — may be able to use medical marijuana under a plan expected to win approval from the Department of Consumer Protection.
Much of the book details Andrew’s hellish 10-year struggle with trigeminal neuralgia, an entangled facial nerve that causes excruciating pain.
This would have housed branches of the large trigeminal nerve – which is responsible for sensation in the face – and associated blood vessels.
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Origin and Etymology of trigeminal
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
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