The effects of temporary spinal cord stimulation (or spinal nerve root stimulation) on the management of early postherpetic neuralgia from one to six months of its onset.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE We examined the efficacy of temporary spinal cord stimulation involving the insertion of only a needle and quadripolar lead into the epidural space and applied using an extracorporeal stimulation generator for a few weeks of early postherpetic neuralgia from one to six months of its onset. MATERIALS AND METHODS Temporary spinal cord stimulation… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-1403.2012.00438.x

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