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Correspondence Address: Dr. E-mail: dandrea dent. He participated in more than 50 published manuscripts, more than presentations and serves as invited reviewer in more than 15 journals. This is an open access article licensed under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution 4. Keywords Chemotherapy, oral side effects, oral mucositis, oral infections Introduction The first attempt to utilize chemotherapy in oncology was in using mustard nitrogen against malignant lymphoma. Currently, the anticancer drugs are either cytostatic or cytotoxic.

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Correspondence Address: Dr. E-mail: mturton webmail. Trigeminal neuralgia TN , also known as tic doloureaux, is a nerve disorder of the face and is considered to be one of the most painful human conditions. A year-old male presented with severe intermittent pain on the left side of his face. Magnetic resonance image scan with contrast revealed a close association of the superior cerebella artery and the trigeminal nerve on the left side of the face. Oral medication is the first line of treatment for TN, because of its non-invasiveness, low cost and high effective rate.

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