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Developed in 1990, this site-specific nerve block can dramatically relieve pelvic and perineal pain, and pain in related genital and anal areas with or without malignancy.

When a small amount of anesthetic is carefully injected into the ganglion of impars, pain signals associated with the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) are interrupted, providing significant relief for patients suffering from pain in the coccyx, perineum, anus and rectum, scrotum, urethra, vagina and vulva.