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By Gérard Mick, Virginie Guastella

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ISBN-13: 9782817800257

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Primum non nocere… The proven fact that a surgery can go away any form of soreness casts a shadow over this guideline, that is visible because the foundation of scientific perform and anchor of its precept ethic…

It is the entire extra awesome in that medication has simply paid realization to this paradoxical power soreness state of affairs for the prior few years. Clarifying the data got during this box has develop into the entire extra pressing for any care-giver this present day faced through a sound request from sufferers: Why and the way can a surgery, that is alleged to convey aid, depart in the back of an unacceptable sequela?

This is the process which the members to this new topic of significant scientific curiosity invite you to keep on with as you're employed your method via this book.

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Anesthesiology 96:381–391 9. Plaghki L, Decruynaere C, Van Dooren P, Le Bars D (2010) The fine tuning of pain thresholds: a sophisticated double alarm system. PLoS One 5:e10269 10. Kehlet H, Jensen TS, Woolf CJ (2006) Persistent postsurgical pain: risk factors and prevention. Lancet 367:1618–1625 11. Wilder-Smith OH, Arendt-Nielsen L (2006) Postoperative hyperalgesia: its clinical importance and relevance. Anesthesiology 104:601–607 12. Kim DH, Fields HL, Barbaro NM (1990) Morphine analgesia and acute physical dependence: rapid onset of two opposing, dose-related processes.

A binary process to separate out these mechanisms as far as possible would seem to be useful in order to gain more knowledge about the mechanisms involved, since the key challenge is to develop preventative measures. Some types of surgery are considered to be associated with specific types of nerve trunk damage, which at least account for the neurological deficits found during assessments in the medium term but are not necessarily associated with neuropathic-type pain symptoms. Nerve injury thus appears to be an essential but not sufficient factor for the development of CPSP, while other factors, mostly genetic and biographical in nature, are superimposed upon it.

This may account for the lack of a consensus on the neuropathic hypothesis for CPSP postsurgical pain, which has not been studied in an identical way by the various authors [12]. ). CPSP after operation ‘‘X’’ may therefore be viewed as either a ‘‘post-X pain syndrome’’ [13–15], with its various components considered together or separately in different cases, or it may focus on only one of the components: a clearly defined mononeuropathy, the sensation of a phantom missing part [16], pain due to a neuroma, or algoneurodystrophy or myofascial pain [17–19].

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