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5 cm (a finger’s breadth) below the inferior orbital margin in line with the pupil. The nerve can also be blocked by an intra-oral approach, injecting above the canine (3rd) tooth. The mental foramen, conveniently, is also in line with the pupil and the mental nerve can be blocked in the midpoint of the mandible (although the height of the foramen varies with age, being nearer the alveolar margin in the elderly). The superficial branches of the zygomatic nerve can be blocked by subcutaneous infiltration or by injection at their sites of emergence from the zygoma.
This technique has few complications but the catheter tip may fail to pass beyond the acute curve at the clavipectoral fascia and the catheter length means that fluid cannot be infused rapidly. The femoral vein is commonly overlaid by the superficial femoral artery and the variable anatomy means that femoral access can sometimes be difficult. The route is used commonly in children but is more of a last resort in adults, in whom the subclavian veins are usually a better alternative. Anatomy of the subclavian veins: the right and left subclavian veins are relatively short, extending from the outer border of the first rib to the medial border of the scalenus anterior muscle.
The pain typically is intermittent, lancinating, and extremely severe. Attacks are spasmodic, lasting only seconds. Patients are pain-free in the interim, but episodes may be very frequent. Pain is limited usually to one (occasionally two) of the branches of the trigeminal nerve, which supplies sensation to the face. It occurs least commonly in the ophthalmic 24 CHAPTER Anatomy and its applications 2 division, which accounts for only around 5% of cases, and more frequently in the maxillary or mandibular divisions.