Numb chin syndrome
(NCS) is characterized by hypoesthesia, paresthesia, thermalgesic anesthesia, or pain over the chin in the region supplied by the mental nerve, a terminal branch of the mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve.
The most notable are recurrent cancers in the breast, lung and prostate, as well as leukemia and lymphoma; however, the strongest relationship with numb chin syndrome
has been with breast cancer and lymphoma.
A 48-year-old man was referred to our laryngology clinic, complaining of pain in the left mandible and numb chin syndrome
Slightly discomfort or pain, swelling, numb chin syndrome
, bone swelling, gingival mass, even though a pathologic fracture may be clinically evident.
Unusual presentation of multiple myeloma with unilateral visual loss and numb chin syndrome
in a young adult.