Bonica's Management of Pain
Scott Fishman, Jane Ballantyne, James P. Rathmell
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010 - Medical - 1661 pages
Other potential complications include inadequate resection of the ganglia, gustatory sweating, pneumothorax, cardiac dysfunction, post-operative pain, and finally Horner’s syndrome secondary to resection of the stellate ganglion.
After severing the cervical sympathetic trunk, the cells of the cervical sympathetic ganglion undergo transneuronic degeneration
After severing the sympathetic trunk, the cells of its origin undergo complete disintegration within a year.
Spinal cord infarction occurring during thoraco-lumbar sympathectomy
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