Effect of infraorbital nerve block under general anesthesia on consumption of isoflurane and postoperative pain in endoscopic endonasal maxillary sinus surgery by Higashizawa and Koga

Higashizawa, Tomoaki
February 2003
Journal of Anesthesia;2003, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
Comments on an article which deals with the effect of infraorbital nerve block under general anesthesia on consumption of isoflurane and postoperative pain in endoscopic endonasal maxillary sinus surgery that appeared in the peridocal 'Journal of Anesthesia.'


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