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EDITORIAL
1.  At the opioid crossroad for chronic non cancer pain
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  2-4mm diameter Hypo/depigmented dermal spots: ? Objective Sign of Somatic Origin Pain
2.  Assessment and correlation of perceived harmfulness with psychological variables in chronic shoulder pain patients.
3.  “EFFICACY OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE AS AN ADJUVANT TO ROPIVACAINE IN FEMORAL NERVE BLOCK FOR ACUTE PAIN RELIEF IN PATIENTS OF FRACTURE SHAFT AND NECK FEMURˮ
4.  PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC PAIN BASED ON PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE DATA FROM A CITY IN CENTRAL INDIA
5.  Comparison of intrathecal morphine and fentanyl in addition to ropivacaine for perioperative analgesia in lower segment caesarean section.
6.  Comparative efficacy and safety of intravenous tramadol and nalbuphine for pain relief in post-operative patients
7.  A randomized study to compare the effect of pregabalin with fixed drug combination of pregabalin and methylcobalamin in the patients of postherpetic neuralgia.
8.  USG Guided Articular Branch of Femoral Nerve And Anterior Obturator Nerve Block For Peri-Operative Pain In Hip Surgery
9.  Sublingual buprenorphine versus intravenous morphine as a premedicant and postoperative analgesic in laparoscopic appendiectomy under general anesthesia –A randomized control trial
CASE REPORT
1.  “RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF TRIGEMINAL GANGLION FOR REFRACTORY PAIN OF BILATERAL TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA IN A PATIENT WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS”
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Rami communicans fibres in discogenic low back pain- the controversies


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