Yoshinobu Hasegawa

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BACKGROUND Chronic pain is a major problem because it can result in not only a reduction in activities of daily living and quality of life but also requires initiation of social assistance. Seeking only to eliminate pain itself would appear to be too narrow an objective, in addition to often being unachievable; therefore, a multifaceted, comprehensive(More)
We report a case of pneumatosis cystoides intestinalis (PCI) in a patient with lung cancer. A 60-year-old woman was admitted with multiple lung tumors and multiple brain tumors. She was given steroid hormones to reduce her brain edema. Total resection of a brain tumor yielded a pathological diagnosis of metastatic squamous cell carcinoma. During treatment,(More)
BACKGROUND Numerous reports indicate that multifaceted pain management programs based on cognitive-behavioral principles are associated with clinically meaningful long-term improvements in chronic pain. However, this has not yet been investigated in Japan. This study investigated the effects of a multifaceted pain management program in Japanese patients(More)
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