[Contralateral local anesthesia in stump, phantom and post-traumatic pain].

@article{Gross1984ContralateralLA,
  title={[Contralateral local anesthesia in stump, phantom and post-traumatic pain].},
  author={Dominique Gross},
  journal={Regional-Anaesthesie},
  year={1984},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={65-73}
}
Contralateral local anaesthesia was employed in patients with chronic (n = 42) and acute (n = 8) pain syndromes (see Table 1). I. Phantom limb and stump pain: n = 10; II. Pain of face and ear: n = 10; III. Pain of neck and trunk: n = 14; IV. Pain of the hip joint: n = 6; V. Pain of the extremities: n = 10: Sa. = 50 patients. Among these were n acute pain syndromes: I.: n = 0; II.: n = 1; III.: n = 1; IV.: n = 1; V.: n = 5 (Sa.: n = 8). 42 patients with chronic pain syndromes were treated with… CONTINUE READING
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