Numb chin as a manifestation of malignancy: a neglected syndrome in the otolaryngology literature?

K. Rajkumar, H.S. Khalil & R.K. Mal
Introduction The first descriptions of mental nerve involvement by a metastatic breast tumour are attributed to Charles Bell in 1829 [ref:1]. However, the term ‘numb chin syndrome’ (mental neuropathy) was first coined by Calverley and Mohnac in 1963 [ref:2]. Numb[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]