Edited by david m simpson justin c mcarthur and robert h dworkin 529 pp oxford university press 2012 149 neuropathic pain is a common medical problem that has significant implications for quality of life from both an individual patient and a public health perspective the treatment of neuropathic pain has become an enormous issue. 1 agri 2005 jan1715 13 neuropathic pain mechanisms diagnosis and treatment article in turkish yucel a1 cimen a author information 1anadolu medical center istanbul turkey aysenyucelanadolusaglikorg neuropathic pain resulting from the disturbances of central or peripheral nervous system with mechanisms that we cannot explain yet exactly is really a troublesome . Neuropathic pain develops as a result of lesions or disease affecting the somatosensory nervous system either in the periphery or centrally examples of neuropathic pain include painful polyneuropathy postherpetic neuralgia trigeminal neuralgia and post stroke pain clinically neuropathic pain i . The incidence of neuropathic pain continues to rise yet it is an affliction often misdiagnosed or inadequately treated although in recent years considerable research has been dedicated to understanding its mechanisms there have been few advances in treatment the contributors to this book are internationally renowned leaders in the fields of peripheral neuropathy and neuropathic pain
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