3 edition of Pain-Its Neurosurgical Management: Part I found in the catalog.
Pain-Its Neurosurgical Management: Part I
by S. Karger AG (Switzerland)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
Chronic intractable pain is debilitating for those touched, affecting 5% of the population. Deep brain stimulation (DBS) has fallen out of favour as the centrally implantable neurostimulation of choice for chronic pain since the –s, with some neurosurgeons favouring motor cortex stimulation as the ‘last chance saloon’.Cited by: 9. The spine consists of three natural curves; the neck curvature or cervical spine, the upper back curvature or thoracic spine, and the lower back curvature or lumbar spine, all which make a slight c-shape when viewed from the side. The spine is an essential structure because it helps support the upright posture of humans as well as provide the body with flexibility to move and protect the.
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Understanding Low Back Pain chart uses low back pain guidelines from the American Pain Society (APS) and the American College of Physicians (ACP) as a key reference, this visual and textual overview of the condition explains: Types of low back pain Causes and risk factors Signs and symptoms Treatment and management Prevention techniques This chart illustrates: A human figure (posterior view. Pain management. Pain management refers to a set of skills and techniques for coping with chronic pain. The goal of pain management is not complete elimination of pain; rather, the patient learns to keep the pain at a level that he or she can tolerate, and to make the most of life in spite of the pain.
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Pain - Its Neurosurgical Management: Part II: Central Procedure (Progress in Neurological Surgery, Vol. 8) (v. 8): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Progress in Neurological Surgery, Vol.
7 Pain‐Its Neurosurgical Management, Part I: Procedures on Primary Afferent : Pain-Its Neurosurgical Management: Part I book L. Fields. Book review Full text access Progress in neurological surgery 7: pain — its neurosurgical management.
Part i: procedures on primary afferent neurons, Krayenbühl, Maspes, Sweet (Eds.). Karger AG (), ISBN: Read the latest articles of PAIN® atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Part of the Current Status of Modern Therapy book series (CSMT, volume 6) Pain — Its Neurosurgical Management.
Parts I and II. (Basle: Karger) Google Scholar. Neurological aspects of pain therapy. In: Swerdlow M. (eds) The Therapy of Pain. Current Status of Modern Therapy, vol 6.
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Karger AG, Stuttgart () ISBN 3 5. Abstract. Nowadays selective elimination of pain fibres with preservation of touch fibers is the declared aim in trigeminal surgery (3, 6, 7, 10, 14, 24).By preserving the tactile sensibility, the risk of keratitis and anaesthesia dolorosa is reduced, since these two complications originate from Author: M.
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Basel: Karger,Vol 7, pp – Cited by: 4. The treatment of severe pain by surgical means is a fairly recent innovation. Only in the last 20 years has the subject grown to sufficient size to warrant a book such as this. The authors have analyzed the records of patients suffering from persistent severe pain on whom operation was.
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The life-time incidence of low back pain is high and diagnoses of spinal stenosis and disc prolapse are increasing. Consequently, there is a steady rise in surgical interventions for these conditions.
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I’m a Neurosurgeon myself and a pain control specialist, and I find this book simple fascinating, his narrative and logic are flawless, even with the right amount of humor, a must for every one with pain or in the pain management business, that mean almost everyone!Cited by: "Stereotaxic Midbrain Lesions for Central Dysesthesia and Phantom Pain" published on Feb by Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing by: TMD “TMD” defines a number of clinical problems that involve the masticatory musculature, the TMJ, and associated structures.3 TMD is considered to be a subclassification of musculoskeletal disorders1 and is the most prevalent condition for which patients seek treatment.4,5 The careful evaluation of these facial structures in conjunction with clinical symptoms is crucial in forming a Cited by: Raj's Practical Management of Pain Honorio Benzon MD, James P.
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Summary. Pain management is a societal problem because of concerns about the use of drugs, the belief that patients are not good judges of the severity of their pain, and an alarming level of ignorance about pain and its treatment among physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers.
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