Vagoglossopharyngeal Neuralgia

Electrode Foramen Ovale

Vagoglossopharyngeal neuralgia is described as pain in the ear, tonsillar fossa, throat, larynx, pharynx, or tongue, typically with periods of long remissions. Pain is triggered by swallowing and by other movements of the face or mouth (e.g., chewing, sneezing, coughing) (23). Vagoglossopharyngeal neuralgia occurs for many reasons, mostly compression or irritation of the nervous tissue by surrounding structures that include abscess, tumor, aneurysm, tonsillitis, arachnoiditis, styloid process,...