procedures using phenol are performed for advanced cancer pain.
Evaluation of interadductor approach in neurolytic
blockade of obturator nerve in spastic patients.
Patients were excluded if they had received previous neurolytic
celiac plexus block or other neurolytic
blocks that could affect pain relief or had implanted epidural or intrathecal analgesic therapy.
Comparison of epidural butamben to coeliac plexus neurolytic
block for the treatment of the pain of pancreatic cancer.
Effects of neurolytic
celiac plexus block on liver regeneration in rats with partial hepatectomy.
2 Retrobulbar injections of neurolytic
agents are a simple and effective method to control pain.
The only option left of was intrathecal neurolytic
phenol blockade of the obturator nerve for severe adductor spasticity.
The results of celiac plexus block using a variety of neurolytic
Therapy generally involves dietary manipulation, urothelial therapy such as intravesical heparin or oral pentosan polysulfate sodium (PPS), and a tricyclic antidepressant for its neurolytic
Sympathetic nerve blocks and neurolytic
blocks have also been successfully used.
Retroperitoneal abscess after neurolytic
celiac plexus block from the anterior approach.