ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF ENT PATHOLOGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FACIAL PAIN

Authors

  • Boymamatova Parvina Furkatjonovna Samarkand State, Medical Institute, Assistant
  • Samieva Gulnoza Ukurova Samarkand State, Medical Institute, Associate Professor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/5GCXU

Keywords:

prosopalgia, headaches, maxillary sinus pain

Abstract

This article describes the pathology of facial pain, as well as a comparative study of domestic and European scientists. Important points in the development of facial pain, a number of authors consider chronic inflammatory changes in the peripheral branches of the trigeminal nerve and development as a result of inflammatory processes in the paranasal sinuses. Against the background of inflammation of the mucous membrane of the sinuses, the nature of the pain syndrome is determined by a complex system of sensitive innervation of the paranasal sinuses: both peripheral receptors and fibers of the trigeminal nerve in the nasal mucosa, and receptors and fibers of the trigeminal nerve in the walls of the vessels supplying these sinuses, as well as sensitive fibers of the dura and pia mater.

Downloads

Published

2022-03-11

How to Cite

Boymamatova Parvina Furkatjonovna, & Samieva Gulnoza Ukurova. (2022). ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF ENT PATHOLOGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FACIAL PAIN. Academicia Globe: Inderscience Research, 3(03), 56–63. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/5GCXU

Issue

Section

Articles