One aim of this study was to compare breast cancer survivors and HIV patients, both with neuropathic pain, with regard to psychological factors and health-related quality of life.
The researchers’ aim in this study was to compare subjects with and without neuropathic pain, all after operative nerve repair in the upper extremities.
Study researchers evaluated the out-of-pocket expenses for neurologic care for patients who are privately insured.
The researchers reviewed studies evaluating the effectiveness of minocycline in alleviating neuropathic pain because it reduces microglial activation, which suggests that it may reduce neuropathic pain.
The researchers investigated how low levels of B vitamins were associated with peripheral neuropathy and the effect of vitamin treatment on symptoms of pain.
Study authors discuss recent advances in the interventional management of neuropathic pain; new therapies are needed to offer longitudinal and sustained management.
This article discusses how to assess patients with neuropathic pain in relation to psychological aspects of their health and cognitive behavioral interventions to improve their quality of life.
The collaborative group believes that diagnostic criteria for acute neuropathic pain should provide a framework for research on and treatment of these complex pain conditions.
In this narrative review, the researchers examine the potential for neuropathic pain that develops weeks to months after COVID-19.
The researchers investigated how axonal swellings in cutaneous nerve fibers are related to T2D mellitus and distal diabetic sensorimotor polyneuropathy in patents with T2D.