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carbamacepin pain

R Rahn, G Frenkel, W Holtmann
100 patients with abnormal pain in the facial area have been examined and questioned about their symptoms and the preceding therapy. At the time of this study the patients already had a history of pain of about five years. Since no cause could be discovered for the pain, treatment was limited to symptomatic relief using injections of long-acting local anesthetics or carbamacepine. Generally, both methods resulted in a relief of the symptoms.
December 1989: Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift
S A Geiger, M Peuten
Within 4 years a total of 49 patients have been treated for neuralgiform symptoms. 19 patients were symptom-free after 4 to 5 days of monotherapy. Including additional carbamacepine in the treatment of the remaining 30 patients produced successful results in 12 cases. Eight out of the remaining 18 patients showed satisfactory results after psychoactive drugs had been added. It was only in 10 cases that the symptoms could not be eliminated.
January 1990: Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift
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