Immediate and long-term phantom limb pain in amputees: Incidence, clinical characteristics and relationship to pre-amputation limb pain

@article{Jensen1985ImmediateAL,
  title={Immediate and long-term phantom limb pain in amputees: Incidence, clinical characteristics and relationship to pre-amputation limb pain},
  author={T. Jensen and B. Krebs and J. Nielsen and P. Rasmussen},
  journal={Pain},
  year={1985},
  volume={21},
  pages={267-278}
}
  • T. Jensen, B. Krebs, +1 author P. Rasmussen
  • Published 1985
  • Medicine
  • Pain
  • &NA; In a prospective study 58 patients undergoing limb amputation were interviewed the day before operation about their pre‐amputation limb pain and 8 days, 6 months and 2 years after limb loss about their stump and phantom limb pain. All but one patient had experienced pain in the limb prior to amputation. Pre‐amputation limb pain lasted less than 1 month in 25% of patients and more than 1 month in the remaining 75% of patients. At the first examination the day before amputation 29% had no… CONTINUE READING
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