Local anaesthesia

Local anaesthesia

The use of a local anaesthetic (usually injected into the tissue) results in a small region of anaesthesia (numbness). Lidocaine (Xylocaine) or (Marcaine) are commonly used.

Origin: gr. Aisthesis = sensation


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