Stellate Ganglion Block (SGB) is a commonly performed intervention for sympathetically mediated pain in the head, neck and upper extremities in addition to forms of vascular insufficiency. This chapter includes a basic overview of the anatomy of the stellate ganglion in addition to the indications, procedural technique and complications associated with the procedure.
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