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БОЛЕВОЙ СИНДРОМ В СПИНЕ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ К ТЕРАПИИ

@inproceedings{Shostak2008,
  title={БОЛЕВОЙ СИНДРОМ В СПИНЕ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ К ТЕРАПИИ},
  author={N. A. Shostak and Pirogov Russian},
  year={2008}
}
Objective: to describe management tactics in patients with back pain syndrome and to give recommendations for the choice of non-drug and drug treatments (with main drug groups) and the duration of a treatment cycle. Materials and methods. The paper considers the basic mechanisms and causes of back pain syndromes (dorsalgias). It introduces the concept “dorsopathy” that characterizes the appearance of nonvisceral pain syndrome in the extremities and trunk, which is caused by degenerative… 

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