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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2018) 95 (6): 400–408.
Published Online: 16 February 2018
... procedures. Their mean age was 54 ± 14 years. All patients reported substantial pain relief immediately after the operation. Out of the 6 preoperatively bedridden patients, 3 started ambulating shortly after. At the 1-month follow-up, the mean preoperative Visual Analogue Scale score decreased from 9 ± 0.9...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2016) 94 (2): 118–122.
Published Online: 21 April 2016
... to the patient aiming to stimulate the vicinity of the preexisting stereotactic lesion. Intraoperatively, the pain relief was immediate at low stimulation intensities. Eleven months later, the patient remains pain free. This case report suggests that DBS targeting an area of the VPM close to the previous...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1982) 45 (4-5): 484–491.
Published Online: 12 April 2007
... and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Bipolar concentric electrode Lateral spinothalamic tract Percutaneous cervical cordotomy Pain relief Proc. 8th...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2003) 78 (2): 53–63.
Published Online: 29 January 2003
... with standard physiological localization procedures. Results were compared with those from 32 patients who underwent PCC in the last 5 years using physiological localizing techniques only. Results: Six patients (100%) who underwent the frameless technique had excellent pain relief postoperatively. Patients...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1995) 65 (1-4): 101–105.
Published Online: 16 October 1996
... bolus injection of baclofen in 14 patients with central pain due to a stroke or spinal cord injury. Nine reported substantial pain relief they had never experienced previously. The effect appeared 1–2 h after the injection and persisted for 10–24 h. Allodynia and hyperalgesia, if present, were relieved...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1986) 49 (3): 155–165.
Published Online: 11 February 1987
... sizes used regarding the pain-relieving effect. However, placebo stimulation was significantly less effective than any kind of vibratory stimulation. Induction time for pain relief was significantly shorter using the larger probe as compared to using the smaller probe, regardless of frequency...