The Pain Clinic IV: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium, Kyoto, Japan, 18-21 November 1990

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M. Hyodo, T. Oyama, Tsutomu Oyama, Mark Swerdlow
VSP, Jan 1, 1992 - Medical - 356 pages
The Fourth Pain Clinic Symposium, and meeting of the World Society of Pain Clinicians was held in Kyoto, Japan, 18--21 November 1990. It provided as international forum at which pain clinicians had the opportunity to discuss the recent developments and progress in the field of pain treatment. This proceedings volume contains all lectures from the plenary sessions and from the following symposia: ''sympathetic nervous system and pain'' and ''present and future problems on the pain clinics''. Also included are selected free papers on cancer pain; reflex sympathetic dystrophy, deafferentiation pain and stimulation therapy; and various topics on pain management.
 

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Contents

Successful results through pain management that combines Western
3
Various topics on pain management
6
Integration of hospital and home care for patients dying with cancer
15
Pituitary adenolysis by electrocoagulation
25
Deafferentation pain pathophysiology and its clinical
33
Neuroaugmentation in the treatment of chronic pain
39
Control of deafferentation pain by DREZ lesion
45
Postherpetic neuralgia PHN
51
Therapeutic problems of patients with terminal cancer pain
195
Patient controlled opioid analgesia with implantable peridural
205
Percutaneous cordotomy clinical experience of 224 patients
213
A trial plan and practice of cancer pain relief
221
Epidural morphine in the treatment of cancer pain
230
On the technique of celiac ganglion block
241
diagnostic and prognostic use in reflex
257
Management of twenty patients with reflex sympathetic dystrophy
263

an update
63
Mechanisms of pain in rheumatic diseases
81
Rationales for intraoperative pain treatment
91
Postoperative pain control with various epidural drug
99
Pain management and scientific acupuncture
111
Pain and acupuncture pain clinic in China
119
The nutrients and the sensation of pain
129
Sympathectomy with neurolytics
139
Radiofrequency lumbar sympathectomy
147
Spinal cord stimulation and angina pectoris
153
What is the definition of a pain clinic?
171
The present state of the pain clinics in Japan
183
DREZ lesions for deafferentation pain experience of 47 cases
269
Pharmacological clasification of deafferentation pain by
275
Evaluation of 130 patients who were given spinal cord stimulation
285
The effect of acupuncture therapy on persistent complaint after
295
CODETRON TENSan effective tool in chronic pain syndome
301
Retrograde adriamycin sensory ganglionectomy A novel approach
315
Dermal patch anesthesia with 10 lidocaine gel containing
325
report on eleven years experience in malignant
333
Spinal analgesia with meperidine and meperidinelidocaine 2
339
Patient controlled analgesia for extracorporeal shock wave
347
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