- Symptoms of the Syndrome of Slader
- Reasons of the Syndrome of Slader
- Treatment of the Syndrome of Slader
Slader's syndrome (Sludera - a variant of translation) (G. Sluder) (Xing: Slader's disease, neuralgia of a pterygopalatine node, ganglioneuritis of a pterygopalatine node).
Symptoms of the Syndrome of Slader:
It is characterized by spontaneously beginning attacks, is more often at night, duration from several minutes to several days. The pains which are localized in an eye-socket, a nose, upper a jaw and teeth, gradually accrue, becoming intolerable, and extend to language and the sky, the temporal area, an ear and area behind a mastoid. Irradiation of pains in a nape, a shovel, a shoulder, a forearm and a brush is sometimes observed. Vegetative disturbances: a photophobia, a conjunctiva hyperemia, strengthened slezo-and hypersalivation, puffiness of a half of the face or certain sites. The attack can be followed by short wind, nausea, paresis of the muscle lifting a soft palate. Quite often painful points at an internal corner of an eye-socket, a nose root are defined.
The differential diagnosis is carried out with an epileptiform neuralgia, Sikar's syndrome, migraine.
Reasons of the Syndrome of Slader:
Inflammatory processes in the main or trellised bosom, tonsillitis, an otogenic infection are the most frequent reasons.
Treatment of the Syndrome of Slader:
Conservative therapy is a little effective. After radical treatment (destruction of a pterygopalatine node) a recurrence is possible.