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Keywords:

  • glioblastoma;
  • symptomatic trigeminal neuralgia;
  • cranial nerve lesion;
  • cavernous sinus infiltration;
  • pain

Headache in glioblastoma patients often indicates raised intracranial pressure by either tumor edema or tumor progression. We report local glioblastoma growth causing cranial nerve lesions as well as trigeminal neuralgia, and highlight pain management in these patients.