Manual of Pain Management

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002 - Medical - 407 pages

Geared to clinicians in all disciplines, this manual is a practical, authoritative guide to the assessment and management of pain in adults and in pediatric patients. Chapters written by leading experts explain the most useful diagnostic tests, describe the entire spectrum of pain syndromes, and discuss all currently available drugs and other treatment options. This updated Second Edition includes new chapters on EMG, functional MRI, interstitial cystitis and urologic pain, central pain syndromes, antidepressants, new injection therapies, implantable devices, drug addiction, and legal issues.

A Brandon-Hill recommended title.

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Pathophysiology of Pain
Endogenous Opioids
Psychological Evaluation of Chronic Pain

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