Trigeminal Trophic Lesion
Trigeminal trophic lesions (also known as "Trigeminal trophic syndrome") are a cutaneous condition caused by the interruption of peripheral or central sensory pathways of the trigeminal nerve that result in a slowly enlarging, uninflammed ulcer on the cheek beside the ala nasi.
Sixty cases were reported from 1982 to 2002.
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