B A Sorkin

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Although literature on chronic pain treatment outcome has made substantial strides in improving the quality of the studies reported, there remain a number of factors that lead to qualification of the generally positive results. In the two previous papers in this series a set of migrating factors was discussed, namely, representativeness of the samples(More)
97 patients undergoing spinal cord stimulation (SCS) were studied for a median of 24 days after initiation of treatment. SCS was associated with significant improvement in memory, visuo-spatial integration, activation, cognitive efficiency, attention and overall psychological status. Significant emotional improvement in self-image, anxiety and depression(More)
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