Neurosurgical Pain Management

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Elsevier, Saunders, 2004 - Medical - 287 pages
Written exclusively from a neurosurgical perspective, this title is a concise and practical resource, yet covers a large information base from Myofascial Pain Syndromes to Peripheral Ablative Techniques. Organized into four sections: Fundamental Considerations in Pain Treatment, Pain Syndromes of Neurosurgical Importance, Neurosurgical Pain Therapies, and Miscellaneous Topics (which includes Physical Medicine and Rehabilitaion, Disability and Impairment in the Patient, and more).
  • Offers a multidisciplinary perspective with contributions from neurosurgeons, anesthesiologists, and pain specialists.
  • Compares and contrasts treatment approaches to highlight their relative advantages, disadvantages, and indications.
  • Includes chapters on a multidisciplinary treatment program and how to build (and survive) a neurosurgical pain practice.
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