A dor é mais difusa e referida para áreas do trigêmeo na neuralgia occipital

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  • Omar Franklin Molina DDS, MDS, Post Doct (Orofacial Pain), Professor and Researcher in Orofacial Pain, UNIRG, School of Dentistry, Gurupi-TO, Brazil.
  • Zeila Coelho Santos DDS, MDS, Professor and Researcher in Orofacial Pain UNIRG, School of Dentistry, Gurupi-TO, Brazil.
  • Bruno Ricardo Huber Simião DDS, MDS, Professor and Researcher in Prosthodontics and Orofacial Pain, UNIRG-School of Dentistry, Gurupi-TO, Brazil.
  • Sonia Maria Paiva Torres DDS, MDS, Professor and Researcher in Prosthodontics and Orofacial Pain, UNIRG-School of Dentistry, Gurupi-TO, Brazil.
  • Ricardo Léllis Marçal DDs, MDS, Professor and Researcher in Restorative Dentistry, UNIRG- -School of Dentistry, Gurupi-TO, Brazil.
  • Vanessa Bastos Penoni DDS, Professor of Microbiology and Endodontics, UNIRG, School of Dentistry, Gurupi-TO, Brazil.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2014.v22.8072

Palavras-chave:

Dor, Neuralgia, Cefaleia Comum, Cefaleia Tensional

Resumo

Objetivo. Avaliar dor local e referida na neuralgia occipital. Método. Avaliação de prontuários de 32, 16 e 102 pacientes com neuralgia occipital, enxaqueca sem aura e enxaqueca tensional. Critérios para distúrbios craniomandibulares, bruxismo, dores de cabeça, questioná­rios e exame clinico. Resultados. As áreas mais frequentes de dor local e referida na neuralgia occipital foram as regiões temporal, frontal, occipital, sub-occipital, retro-orbitária, cervical e vertex (78,1%). Áre­as mais frequentes de dor local/referida na cefaleia tensional foram as regiões temporal e frontal bilateral em 65 pacientes (63,7%) e as regi­ões cervical, vertex, sub-occipital e parietal (21,6%). Áreas comuns de dor local e referida na cefaleia sem aura foramnas regiões temporal an­terior direita, parietal e occipital, temporal anterior esquerda, parietal, frontal e cervical (62,5%). A mediana de zonas anatômicas com dor foram para neuralgia occipital 3,5; enxaqueca tensional 2,0; enxaque­ca sem aura 2,0 e controles 0,5 (Kruskal-Wallis p<0,0001). Conclu­são. A dor na neuralgia occipital foi mais difusa e mais locais anatô­micos foram relatados. A dor na enxaqueca sem aura foi menos difusa que na neuralgia occipital e mais difusa que na enxaqueca tensional a qual foi mais localizada, bilateral nas regiões temporal e frontal.

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2014-09-30

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Molina, O. F., Santos, Z. C., Simião, B. R. H., Torres, S. M. P., Marçal, R. L., & Penoni, V. B. (2014). A dor é mais difusa e referida para áreas do trigêmeo na neuralgia occipital. Revista Neurociências, 22(3), 438–445. https://doi.org/10.34024/rnc.2014.v22.8072

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