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September-December 2017 | Vol 31 | Issue 3

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Diagnostic pain procedures in managing chronic pain: Relevance in today's time!
A correct diagnosis is three-fourths the remedy –Mahatma Gandhi Pain is subjective in nature. Every patient describes it differently. Chronic pain is a huge burden on the society. Early diag...
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The comparative study of two techniques of lumbar plexus block by anterior and posterior approach for lower limb surgery
Background: Lower extremity peripheral nerve blocks (PNBs) have been traditionally less employed compared to other forms of regional anesthesia. The advent of peripheral nerve stimulator and ...
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Awareness, attitude, and knowledge about “pain clinics” among general practitioners in Nagpur City
Aims: The number of patients with chronic pain is increasing every year, and effective management of it is one of the prime concerns of doctors across the world. But this demands appropriate ...
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Physical risk factors for low back pain among young sedentary individuals - A prospective study
Aims: To find the relationship of several physical risk factors on the occurrence of low back pain (LBP) over a period of 6 months among young sedentary individuals. Settings and Design: Yene...
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Efficacy of motor imagery through mirror visual feedback therapy in complex regional pain syndrome: A comparative study
Background: Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is characterized by disabling pain, swelling, vasomotor instability, sudomotor abnormality, and impairment of motor function. An integrated m...
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