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Neuropathic Facial Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Neuropathic Facial Pain medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (4) clinical trials

Burning Mouth Disorder (BMD) - A Neuropathic Pain Disorder

Oral burning can have many different etiologies. Secondary burning mouth disorders (BMD) due to systemic (i.e. diabetes, nutritional deficiencies, allergies), local (i.e. Candidiasis, Lichen planus) or functional factors (i.e. tongue parafunctional activities, mouth breathing) are usually fairly easy to identify and are treated by eliminating the respective cause. A primary ...

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Global Registry: ExAblate Neuro MR Guided Focused Ultrasound (MRgFUS) of Neurological Disorders:

A global, multi-center, open-label, observational registry to capture safety and effectiveness data related to ExAblate Neuro, an MRI guided focused ultrasound device designed to lesion tissue deep within the brain using sound waves without the need for craniotomy. This registry includes certain regional and country specific approved thalamotomy and pallidotomy ...

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Clinical Trial of Wireless CranioFacial Nerve Stimulation (CFNS) for the Treatment of CranioFacial Neuropathic Pain

Subjects will be randomized at enrollment into either a delayed or immediate continuation group. The immediate continuation group will immediately continue with the stimulation after a 30-day trial period and will be monitored for a total of 12 months. The delayed activation group will have their device turned off after ...

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Profile of Pain and Unpleasant Sensations in Patients With Referred Pain

This feasibility study primarily aimed to assess the technology acceptance and usability of a pain tracking software in patients with spinally referred chronic pain. The secondary aim was to assess the fluctuations in pain intensity and distribution, using the pain tracking software during a 3-month period. Additionally, the study aimed ...

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