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Surgical prevention of terminal neuroma and phantom limb pain: a literature review

Bogdasarian RN, Cai SB, Tran BNN, Ignatiuk A, Lee ES

The incidence of extremity amputation is estimated at about 200,000 cases annually. Over 25% of patients suffer from terminal neuroma or phantom limb pain (TNPLP), resulting in pain, inability to...
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Spinal Cauda Equina Stimulation for Alternative Location of Spinal Cord Stimulation in Intractable Phantom Limb Pain Syndrome: A Case Report

Lee PM, So Y, Park JM, Park CM, Kim HK, Kim JH

Phantom limb pain is a phenomenon in which patients experience pain in a part of the body that no longer exists. In several treatment modalities, spinal cord stimulation (SCS) has...
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Successful Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain by 1 Hz Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Over Affected Supplementary Motor Complex: A Case Report

Lee JH, Byun JH, Choe YR, Lim SK, Lee KY, Choi IS

A 37-year-old man with a right transfemoral amputation suffered from severe phantom limb pain (PLP). After targeting the affected supplementary motor complex (SMC) or primary motor cortex (PMC) using a...
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Atypical Supernumerary Phantom Limb and Phantom Limb Pain in a Patient With Spinal Cord Injury: Case Report

Choi JY, Kim HI, Lee KC, Han ZA

Supernumerary phantom limb (SPL) resulting from spinal cord lesions are very rare, with only sporadic and brief descriptions in the literature. Furthermore, the reported cases of SPL typically occurred in...
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Mirror Therapy for Phantom Limb Pain

Kim SY, Kim YY

Phantom limb pain is a painful sensation that is perceived in a body part that no longer exists. To control this pain, many methods have been used such as medication,...
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Atypical Supernumerary Phantom Limb and Phantom Limb Pain in Two Patients with Pontine Hemorrhage

Yoo SD, Kim DH, Jeong YS, Chon J, Bark J

Phantom limbs are usually observed after amputation of extremities. In patients after a stroke, a similar but rarely occurring phenomenon consisting of the patient experiencing the presence of an additional...
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The Trial of Continuous Intravenous Infusion of Ketamine in Patients with Phantom Limb Pain: A case report

Cheong YK, Lee C, Son Y, Song YK, Kim TY, Lee SW

Phantom limb pain is a painful sensation from an absent limb. The onset of pain is generally early, with 75% of patients developing pain within the first few days...
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A Case of Total Spinal Anesthesia for Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain: A case report

Cheon BS, Han KR, Kim JS, Kim YS, Kim C

  • KMID: 2199704
  • J Korean Pain Soc.
  • 2003 Dec;16(2):262-266.
Total spinal anesthesia (TSA) has been used for the treatment of intractable pain. Its clinical use has gradually decreased, as other neuromodulative techniques, such as nerve blocks under the fluoroscopy,...
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Effect of Epidural Block with Meperidine in Patient with Phantom Limb Pain: A case report

Kwon WS, Choi JS, Park CH, Lee CS, Kim WT

  • KMID: 1947119
  • J Korean Pain Soc.
  • 2002 Dec;15(2):150-153.
Phantom limb sensation is a natural result of amputation. In addition, the incidence of phantom limb pain has been reported in more than 50% of those who experience a phantom...
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