Most Recent Articles by Christin Melton
Chronic pain is common after traumatic brain injury.
Symptoms associated with central sensitization are common in children and adolescents with migraine.
The patch used in the study is approved in the United States for postherpetic neuralgia and in Europe for PNP arising from any etiology.
The most common symptom was headache, potentially resulting from the disease process, treatment, or comorbid conditions unrelated to RA.
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