Spinal cord stimulation in the treatment of neuropathic pain: Current perspectives of indications, cost-effectiveness, complications and results

@inproceedings{Camporeze2017SpinalCS,
  title={Spinal cord stimulation in the treatment of neuropathic pain: Current perspectives of indications, cost-effectiveness, complications and results},
  author={Bruno Camporeze and Renata Faria Simm and Iracema Ara{\'u}jo Estev{\~a}o and Luis Roberto Mathias Junior and Paulo M. de Aguiar and Sylvine Carrondo-Cottin},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction: The spinal cord stimulation (SCS) has been described as a valuable neuromodulating procedure in the management of chronic and medically untreated neuropathic pain. Although many studies have discussed the use of this technique, a question still remains regarding its efficacy in different medical conditions with different etiology in the long term. The aim of this paper is to discuss the risks, complications, cost-effectiveness, and results of SCS in patients affected by chronic… CONTINUE READING

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