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BACKGROUND Fear of infections and other complications has made many clinicians avoid intrathecal application of morphine in chronic cancer pain. However, recent comparative studies show that, in long-term treatment, intrathecal morphine administration may give a more satisfactory pain relief with lower doses of morphine and fewer side-effects than epidural(More)
Fifty-eight coelio-splanchnic nerve blocks by alcoholisation were done for thirty-two patients at the regional Center of the Fight against Cancer at Montpellier for persistent neoplastic pain of the pancreatico-solar type. In 15 cases (46,6 p. cent), the pancreatico-solar syndrome is the initial sign of a primitive or secondary supra-mesocolic cancer. In 12(More)
In order to evaluate long-term intrathecal morphine therapy for cancer pain, whatever its location, 121 patients (80% were ambulatory patients) treated between April 1979 and April 1985 at the Cancer Institute of Montpellier (Centre Paul-Lamarque) were assessed. Morphine was stored in a presternal insulin syringe, protected by a sterile and waterproof(More)