Sex Differences in Overlapping Chronic Non-cancer Pain Conditions in a Tertiary Pain Clinic

Abstract

Sex differences have been reported repeatedly in pain and response to opioid analgesia with women representing the majority of chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP) patients as well as a growing population of opioid users and misusers. However, none of these reports has investigated sex differences in the prevalence of overlapping multiple pain conditions (MPC… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hassan2016SexDI, title={Sex Differences in Overlapping Chronic Non-cancer Pain Conditions in a Tertiary Pain Clinic}, author={Samah Hassan and Allan Gordon}, year={2016} }