Trigeminal neuralgia surgery is a procedure performed to relieve the severe facial pain associated with trigeminal neuralgia. Trigeminal neuralgia is a condition that causes sudden, intense facial pain, often described as a stabbing or electric shock-like sensation. The pain is usually triggered by activities such as chewing, talking, or even touching the face.
The surgery involves separating the vessel causing compression of the nerve. This is usually done through a small incision behind the ear. The goal of the surgery is to interrupt the pain signals and provide long-lasting relief.
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