The researchers’ hypothesis is that supraspinal augmentation of sensory input, including sound, may represent a hallmark of fibromyalgia.
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The objective of this study was to describe differences between patients with chronic noncancer pain who could stop using chronic opioid analgesic therapy and those who exhibited refractory COAT reliance.
The researchers aimed to report a case of arachnoiditis as a complication of epidural blood patch (EBP) procedures and to systematically review the diagnostic workup, clinical outcomes, and treatment modalities reported in the literature.
In this narrative review, the researchers examine the potential for neuropathic pain that develops weeks to months after COVID-19.
This study assessed the postoperative pain profile of peripheral nerve block anesthesia, which is increasingly popular for acute ankle fracture surgery, as compared to spinal anesthesia.
The objective of this study was to assess the efficacy and safety of N-acetylcysteine in the treatment of any chronic pain condition in adults.
Study investigators sought to determine if galcanezumab would reduce not only the frequency of migraine days but also the disabling nonpain symptoms of episodic and chronic migraine.
The purpose of this study was to ascertain the prevalence of chronic pain in the HIV-infected population which is under continuous specialist care, as well as to determine the underlying causative factors of such pain.
The researchers conducted an extensive pain assessment of patients with systemic sclerosis, examining pain chronification and its association with disease manifestations.
An expert international team of chronic pain specialists emphasize optimizing individualized dosing protocols to improve adherence to gabapentin therapy for neuropathic pain in primary care.
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