[The effect of transsection of the inferior alveolar nerve on neurogenic inflammation of the oral mucosa. I. Functional studies].
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Jan 01, 1991
Vascular effects of local capsaicin treatment has been studied on the 2nd and 14th days subsequent to unilateral inferior alveolar nerve (IAN) transection in the oral mucosa of rats. The results suggest, that the symptoms of neurogenic inflammation were influenced by the transection of IAN in a different way. The reason of that is the different mechanism in the development of the symptoms and/or the different compensatory capacity of the accessorial nerves.
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