Intracranial vertebral artery dissection presenting with iso
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Intracranial vertebral artery dissection (IVAD) is most frequently accompanied by a headache, which is infrequently the only symptom. However, IVAD rarely presents with isolated facial pain; trigeminal neuralgia-like facial pain is even rarer, and only a single case has been reported in 2015. The author presents a case of IVAD in a patient with isolated trigeminal neuralgia-like facial pain without neurological deficits. The patient was successfully treated with antithrombotic therapy without any complications.

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