CRPS was associated with temperature asymmetry, skin color asymmetry, asymmetric edema, motor changes, allodynia, and hyperalgesia.
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Patients undergoing lumbar spinal fusion surgery who were cannabis users consumed more opioids both prior to and after hospital discharge.
The provision of multimodal nonopioid analgesia was linked to reduced subacute pain after total knee and hip arthroplasty.
Presenting at the 2022 AAN Annual Meeting, researchers assessed the safety and efficacy of monthly erenumab among adult patients with chronic migraine with Asian ancestry.
Presenting at the 2022 AAN Annual Meeting, researchers evaluated the safety and efficacy of vutrisiran using data from HELIOS-A, an ongoing, 18-month, phase 3 trial.
Authors reviewed pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic pain management strategies among children who present to the emergency department.
Unilateral plantar heel pain intensity is affected by demographic, clinical, and psychological variables.
Outcomes of acute postsurgical pain management appear to mediate the process of transitioning to persistent, chronic pain.
Patients who had depression, anxiety, and chronic pain were more likely to discontinue TNFi therapy.
In a case-control study, researchers compared dynamic contrast thresholds at different frequencies between patients with visual snow syndrome and age-, gender-, migraine-, and aura-matched control individuals, to control for the potential influence of migraine.