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Paralysis due to Spinal Cord Tumor Found during the Management of Postherpetic Neuralgia

Yi JN, Shin YS, Son SC, Lee WH

Herpes zoster results from a reactivation of latent varicella-zoster virus in the dorsal root ganglia, and is frequently associated with severe pain. The pain of herpes zoster gradually resolves with...
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Management of Intractable Hiccups: A report of 3 cases

Shin CH, Seo SJ, Choi HG, Kim DS, Ryu SJ, Jang TH

Hiccups are a common, and self-limiting disorder. However intractable hiccups can lead to multiple problems including exhaustion. Hiccups are due to an intermittent clonic spasm of the diaphragm. The neural...
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Zoster Paresis of the Shoulder: A case report

Choi SS, Joh JY, Seo MS, Lee PB, Oh YS, Lim SJ

Segmental motor paresis is a rare complication of acute herpes zoster. If skin rashes are present, herpes zoster related motor paresis could easily be suspected. However, the diagnosis may be...
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Diagnosis of SLE in a Patient with Polyarthralgia: A case report

Park JH, Seo MS, Lee PB, Oh YS

The systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a multisystemic disease which primarily affects young females and is caused by tissue damage due to antibody and complement-fixing immune complex deposition. It has...
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Paralysis after Caudal Epidural Block for Radiculopathic Patients: A case report

Choi JH, Lee SJ, Ko YK, Yoon HS, Yoon SH, Lee WH

Caudal epidural block has been introduced as an effective management for the treatment of pain with radiculopathy. Although it is very rare, ominous neurologic symptoms after caudal epidural block may...
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Acute Urinary Retention Coupled with Herpes Zoster: A case report

Hong JH, Sohn DJ, An YJ, Kim AR, Bae JI, Kim JM, Jang YH

Acute urinary retention is an uncommon complication in patients with herpes zoster with an incidence of about 3.5%, though acute urinary retention is more common when the sacral nerve is...
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Hemiparesis after Cervical Epidural Block: A case report

Shin CH, Kim DS, Kim S, Ryu SJ, Jang TH, Kim SH, Kim KH

Although cervical epidural steroid injection with local anaesthetic is considered a safe technique and is widely practiced, complications may occur. We report a patient that experienced unexpected hemiparesis due to...
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Application of Pulsed Radiofrequency for 3rd Occipital Neuralgia: A case report

Park CH, Jeon EY, Chung JY, Kim BI, Roh WS, Cho SK

Third occipital neuralgia is a rare disease that is characterized by a severe occipital headache due to osteoarthritis of the C2-3 zygapophysial joint or whiplash injury. The pain usually radiates...
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Treatment of Vulvodynia by Lumbar Sympathetic Block: A case report

Jo D, Lee S, Kim M, Park S, Ryu K

Although chronic unexplained vulvar pain is a highly prevalent disorder, it is often mis- and under-diagnosed. Vulvodynia is a complex pain syndrome with few effective treatments. We present a case...
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Tremor in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type I Treated with Levodopa: A case report

Jung JY, Hong JT, Kim YI

Abnormal movement may be a clinical feature in complex regional pain syndromes, but their basic natures are unclear. A 36-year-old female patient, presented with an involuntary movement of the right...
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Epidural Depth in Geriatric Patients

Jung YH, Park JW

BACKGROUND: Nowadays the number of geriatric patients continues to increase, and lumbar epidural blocks are frequently requested for operation in geriatric patients. The depth of the epidural space varies from...
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Effects of Prolotherapy on Knee Joint Pain due to Ligament Laxity

Jo D, Kim M

BACKGROUND: Prolotherapy is an effective treatment for pain due to ligament or tendon laxity. The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of prolotherapy on the relief of...
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Radiofrequency Lumbar Sympatholysis: Comparison with Neurolytic Alcohol Block

Chung YJ, Choi JB, Lee YW

BACKGROUND: Lumbar sympatholytic block (LSB) is a widely accepted procedure applied to hyperhidrosis, circulatory insufficiency, and sympathetically maintained pain in the lower extremities. The purpose of this study was to...
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Safety and Efficacy of Gabapentin in Neuropathic Pain

Yoon DM

BACKGROUND: The newer generation of anticonvulsant, gabapentin is probably the most useful agent for neuropathic pain. This report reviews prospective safety and efficacy data collected in actual clinical situations for...
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Evaluation of Temperature Elevation on the Ipsilateral Upper Extremity after T2 Paravertebral Block

Moon DE, Lee J, Kim ES, Moon SW

BACKGROUND: A thoracic paravertebral block is effective at treating unilateral pains of the arm, chest, and abdomen. In when administering a thoracic paravertebral block it is essential to know whether...
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Comparison of Butorphanol and Fentanyl for Patient-controlled Epidural Analgesia after Gastrectomy

Hwang KB, Chung CJ, Lee SC, Lee JH, Oh SH

BACKGROUND: Epidural butorphanol produces effective analgesia with fewer side effects than morphine in obstetric patients. The analgesic efficacy and side effects of epidural butorphanol were compared with epidural fentanyl for...
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Effect of Intravenous Adenosine Infusion on Temporal Intraoperative Blood Pressure Changes and Postoperative Pain Scores in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Patients

Kim SS, Seong KW, Park HJ, Lim JB, Kim HK, Kim YK, Lee C

BACKGROUND: Adenosine has been shown to exert an antinociceptive effect under experimental conditions in animals and humans. This study was performed to evaluate the effects of adenosine on postoperative pain...
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Effect of Intraperitoneal Nalbuphine-HCl on C-fos Expression in Rat Brain induced by Incisional Pain

Park CS, Park CM, Joong JY

BACKGROUND: Nalbuphine-HCl (Nubain(R)), an agonist-antagonist of kappa3 and mu receptors, has limited analgesic or sedative effects, and an effect ceiling. It is generally accepted that c-fos is a marker of...
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Effect of Carrageenan-induced Inflammatory Muscle Pain on Gastrocnemius Muscle Tendon in the Rat

Heo H, Lee YS, Lee EM, Lee KC

BACKGROUND: It has been suggested that muscle pain may induce skeletal muscle tendon damage, but the mechanism of this process is not known. The purpose of this study was to...
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Effect of Blocking of Antidromic Impulses by Capsaicin on Mechanical Allodynia in a Rat Model of Peripheral Neuropathic Pain

Shin JW, Hahm KD, Leem JW, Park CH, Ku SW, Choi Y, Leem JG, Lee C

BACKGROUND: Nerve impulses that are generated in injured nociceptive fibers and enter the spinal cord are known to cause central sensitization leading to neuropathic pain. Injury-induced impulses that are transmitted...
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