A challenge facing clinicians regarding the diagnosis of small fiber neuropathies lies in the scarcity of objective biomarkers.
Pain at pressure areas on the skin surface independently predicts the development of pressure ulcers in acutely ill patients.
The symptoms could be useful to develop methods of earlier detection of inflammatory arthritis.
A research group developed the algorithm through a year-long process of reviewing data, sharing their own clinical experiences, and considering feedback from geriatric and pain societies.
Understanding pain mechanisms for targeted treatments.
Neurologists should keep in mind that, although migraine is more common in women, it does occur in men.
For improved treatment of neuropathic pain
A Minority of patients presenting to the ED with chest pain are diagnosed with life-threatening conditions
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