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  • - BMJ Clinical Evidence - Glossary
    percutaneous destructive neurosurgical techniques Neurosurgical procedures that cause destruction ablation of specific nerves but do not require needle insertion through the skin of the cheek e g stereotactic radiosurgery performed with technologies such as the Gamma Knife Also known as non percutaneous ablative surgical procedures View all glossaries Follow us on Blogs Podcasts Twitter Facebook RSS Email YouTube Google BMJ Clinical Evidence About us Team and advisors Subscribe My Account

    Original URL path: http://www.clinicalevidence.org/x/systematic-review/1207/glossary/sr-1207-g6.html (2016-02-01)
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  • - BMJ Clinical Evidence - Glossary
    uses an electrode to damage the Gasserian ganglion and or pre ganglionic nerve route The procedure stops the transmission of pain signals to the brain by selectively damaging the small unmyelinated and small myelinated pain fibres of the trigeminal nerve while ideally sparing the rest of the nerve fibres This minimally invasive procedure is also known as percutaneous retrogasserian radiofrequency thermocoagulation View all glossaries Follow us on Blogs Podcasts Twitter

    Original URL path: http://www.clinicalevidence.org/x/systematic-review/1207/glossary/sr-1207-g7.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Evaluation of interventions for Trigeminal neuralgia.
    this page Feedback Please complete the form below First Name Surname Occupation Email Phone Company BMJ Clinical Evidence Trigeminal neuralgia Message Please wait Notes Remove Edit Notes Please do not record person identifiable clinical or staff information and other sensitive information in this field Update Cancel Remove Notes Please do not record person identifiable clinical or staff information and other sensitive information in this field Save Cancel GRADE Evaluation of interventions for Trigeminal neuralgia Important outcomes Ability to perform normal activities Pain relief Psychological distress Studies Participants Outcome Comparison Type of evidence Quality Consistency Directness Effect size for ORs and RRs GRADE Comment What are the effects of ongoing treatments in people with trigeminal neuralgia 3 208 23 Pain relief Carbamazepine versus placebo 4 2 0 1 2 Moderate Quality points deducted for crossover design and short follow up directness point deducted for inclusion of different pain severities and uncertainties about diagnostic criteria and outcomes measured effect size points added for RR 5 or higher 1 48 33 Pain relief Oxcarbazepine versus carbamazepine 4 3 0 0 0 Very low Quality points deducted for sparse data incomplete reporting of results and no direct comparison between groups 1 14 36 Pain relief Lamotrigine versus placebo 4 2 0 1 0 Very low Quality points deducted for sparse data and crossover design with no pre crossover results directness point deducted for concurrent use of other medication We initially allocate 4 points to evidence from RCTs and 2 points to evidence from observational studies To attain the final GRADE score for a given comparison points are deducted or added from this initial score based on preset criteria relating to the categories of quality directness consistency and effect size Quality based on issues affecting methodological rigour e g incomplete reporting of results quasi randomisation

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  • Recommend BMJ Clinical Evidence
    questionnaire Your Name Position and Degrees Address Telephone number Fax number Your Email Address Specialty Special interests topics applicable for review Cochrane Review Group if applicable Previously published articles in evidence based medicine Please indicate here any periods during the year when you would be unavailable to review contributions Please enter the image text below Follow us on Blogs Podcasts Twitter Facebook RSS Email YouTube Google BMJ Clinical Evidence About

    Original URL path: http://www.clinicalevidence.org/x/peer-review.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Evaluation of interventions for Trigeminal neuralgia.
    Share this page Feedback Please complete the form below First Name Surname Occupation Email Phone Company BMJ Clinical Evidence Trigeminal neuralgia Message Please wait Notes Remove Edit Notes Please do not record person identifiable clinical or staff information and other sensitive information in this field Update Cancel Remove Notes Please do not record person identifiable clinical or staff information and other sensitive information in this field Save Cancel GRADE Evaluation of interventions for Trigeminal neuralgia Important outcomes Ability to perform normal activities Pain relief Psychological distress Studies Participants Outcome Comparison Type of evidence Quality Consistency Directness Effect size for ORs and RRs GRADE Comment What are the effects of ongoing treatments in people with trigeminal neuralgia 3 208 23 Pain relief Carbamazepine versus placebo 4 2 0 1 2 Moderate Quality points deducted for crossover design and short follow up directness point deducted for inclusion of different pain severities and uncertainties about diagnostic criteria and outcomes measured effect size points added for RR 5 or higher 1 48 33 Pain relief Oxcarbazepine versus carbamazepine 4 3 0 0 0 Very low Quality points deducted for sparse data incomplete reporting of results and no direct comparison between groups 1 14 36 Pain relief Lamotrigine versus placebo 4 2 0 1 0 Very low Quality points deducted for sparse data and crossover design with no pre crossover results directness point deducted for concurrent use of other medication We initially allocate 4 points to evidence from RCTs and 2 points to evidence from observational studies To attain the final GRADE score for a given comparison points are deducted or added from this initial score based on preset criteria relating to the categories of quality directness consistency and effect size Quality based on issues affecting methodological rigour e g incomplete reporting of results quasi

    Original URL path: http://www.clinicalevidence.org/x/systematic-review/1207/table/sr-1207-tg/interventions%20table.html (2016-02-01)
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  • - BMJ Clinical Evidence - Glossary
    Please wait Guidelines Please wait Patient information Please wait Glossary Moderate quality evidence Further research is likely to have an important impact on our confidence in the estimate of effect and may change the estimate View all glossaries Follow us on Blogs Podcasts Twitter Facebook RSS Email YouTube Google BMJ Clinical Evidence About us Team and advisors Subscribe My Account Create manage account Redeem access code Resources Learn EBM Practise

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  • - BMJ Clinical Evidence - Glossary
    Please wait Systematic reviews Please wait Citations Please wait Guidelines Please wait Patient information Please wait Glossary Very low quality evidence Any estimate of effect is very uncertain View all glossaries Follow us on Blogs Podcasts Twitter Facebook RSS Email YouTube Google BMJ Clinical Evidence About us Team and advisors Subscribe My Account Create manage account Redeem access code Resources Learn EBM Practise EBM EBM toolbox Training and support Information

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  • - BMJ Clinical Evidence - Glossary
    Please wait Guidelines Please wait Patient information Please wait Glossary Gasserian ganglion Cluster of nerve cells in which the three main branches of the trigeminal nerve meet Also known as trigeminal ganglion or semilunar ganglion View all glossaries Follow us on Blogs Podcasts Twitter Facebook RSS Email YouTube Google BMJ Clinical Evidence About us Team and advisors Subscribe My Account Create manage account Redeem access code Resources Learn EBM Practise

    Original URL path: http://www.clinicalevidence.org/x/systematic-review/1207/glossary/sr-1207-g10.html (2016-02-01)
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