Peripheral Nerve Injury

Chronic Pain in Pachyonychia Congenita May Have Neuropathic Origin

Chronic Pain in Pachyonychia Congenita May Have Neuropathic Origin

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Chronic pain experienced by patients with pachyonychia congenita may be caused by damage to the peripheral nerve fibers, with the hyperalgesia and allodynia observed in affected regions likely to be manifestations of peripheral sensitization.

Classification of Peripheral Neuropathic Pain Based on Sensory Profiles

Classification of Peripheral Neuropathic Pain Based on Sensory Profiles

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Researchers identified 3 subgroups of patients with peripheral neuropathic pain, based on sensory signs and symptoms.

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