As the population ages, and as both the incidence of diabetes and the survival rates after chemotherapy treatment increase, the number of patients with neuropathic pain is expected to rise.
Patients with trigeminal neuralgia face a significant burden of illness.
The patch used in the study is approved in the United States for postherpetic neuralgia and in Europe for PNP arising from any etiology.
Even minor improvements in fibromyalgia symptoms, depression, anxiety, and pain can have a significant impact on the quality of life in patients with fibromyalgia.
Transcranial random noise stimulation improved both physical and cognitive symptoms of fibromyalgia.
No significant between-group differences were observed for change in leg pain intensity and disability.
In patients with impaired sensory discrimination, pain descriptors, localization, and pain triggers are often vague or poorly defined.
Clinically and statistically significant reductions in peripheral neuropathy were seen following neurofeedback.
Patients who received concomitant NeP medications showed little difference in therapeutic response in comparison to those who received pregabalin alone.
Significant improvement were observed for sensitivity, depression, and anxiety, among others.
Patients with fibromyalgia had a high prevalence of TRAb positivity compared with control populations in previous studies.
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