This section publishes articles covering all aspects of peripheral vascular surgery and thoracic surgery, submissions can cover training, practice and basic research. Randomized controlled trials are particularly encouraged.
Rhizotomy targeting the intermediate nerve, the glossopharyngeal nerve and the upper 1st to 2nd rootlets of the vagus nerve for the treatment of laryngeal neuralgia combined with intermediate nerve neuralgia-a case report
In neurosurgery, the most common type of facial and pharyngeal pain is trigeminal neuralgia. In contrast, glossopharyngeal neuralgia is relatively rare, and laryngeal neuralgia is the most rarely observed.
Citation: BMC Surgery 2014 14:60