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Invasive treatment of chronic neuropathic pain syndromes: Epidural stimulation of the motor cortex (pp. 315-326) $45.00
Authors:  (Dirk Rasche and Volker M. Tronnier)
Abstract:
The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the current status of
motor cortex stimulation (MCS) as an invasive treatment
option in chronic neuropathic pain patients. Epidural lead
placement and MCS is performed in selected patients
suffering from pain syndromes of central or peripheral
neuropathic origin. To date a total number of about 500
cases and more than 30 prospective or retrospective clinical
studies, patients samples or reviews have been published.
The clinical experience of the authors, the perioperative
management and a recent review of the relevant literature
are presented. 


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