Carbamazepine as the only effective treatment in a 52-year-old man with trigeminal trophic syndrome.
Trigeminal trophic syndrome is a rare condition resulting from self-manipulation of the skin after a peripheral or central injury to the trigeminal system. The syndrome consists of a classic triad of anesthesia, paresthesias, and secondary persistent or recurrent facial ulcerations. The most common causes include destruction of the trigeminal ganglion, rhizotomy, and stroke. We describe [...]