• Reflex sympathetic dystrophy of the face is an infrequently reported cause of chronic facial pain. We report the cases of two patients who were diagnosed and treated by sympathetic blockade of the stellate ganglion. Pathophysiologic mechanisms and rationale for treatment are discussed.
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