Research Article| Volume 48, ISSUE 6, P509-512, December 1979

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Mental nerve paresthesia secondary to sickle-cell crisis

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      Two individual cases in which mental nerve paresthesia developed concurrently with sickle-cell crisis are described. A brief review of the hemoglobinopathies follows, with genetic considerations and clinical manifestations discussed.
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