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Successful removal of permanent spinal cord stimulators in patients with complex regional pain syndrome after complete relief of pain

Lee SJ, Yoo YM, You JA, Shin SW, Kim TK, Abdi S, Kim KH

BACKGROUND: It is uncommon for patients who have received a permanent implant to remove the spinal cord stimulator (SCS) after discontinuation of medication in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) due...
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Intrathecal baclofen pump implantation for complex regional pain syndrome in a patient with a spinal cord stimulator: consideration about optimal location of intrathecal catheter tip: A case report

Ko MJ, Lee HS, Jo H, Kim SR, Jeon S, Lee SE

Intrathecal baclofen (ITB) pump implantation can be used to control dystonia and severe pain associated with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) with or without a spinal cord stimulator (SCS). A...
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Failed Back Surgery Syndrome: A Review Article

Daniell JR, Osti OL

Postsurgical spine syndrome is becoming an increasingly common challenge for clinicians who deal with spinal disorders owing to the expanding indications for spinal surgery and the aging world population. A...
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Current strategy for chronic pain after spinal surgery

Park YH, Choi EJ

Failed back surgery syndrome was recently renamed, as chronic pain after spinal surgery (CPSS) by international classification of disease-11. CPSS is a challenging clinical condition. It has a variety of...
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Neuromonitoring for Spinal Cord Stimulation Lead Placement Under General Anesthesia

Shils JL, Arle JE

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is a common therapeutic technique for treating medically refractory neuropathic back and other limb pain syndromes. SCS has historically been performed using a sedative anesthetic technique...
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Modalities in managing postherpetic neuralgia

Shrestha M, Chen A

Postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) is the most troublesome side effect of Herpes Zoster (HZ), which mainly affects the elderly and immunocompromised populations. Despite the current advancement of treatments, PHN persists in...
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Response to: Clinical Use, Quality of Life and Cost-Effectiveness of Spinal Cord Stimulation Used to Treat Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Waszak PM, Modrić M, Paturej A, Malyshev S, Przygocka , Garnier H, Szmuda T

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Letter to the editor: Clinical Use, Quality of Life and Cost-Effectiveness of Spinal Cord Stimulation Used to Treat Patients with Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Scalone L, Mantovani , Lavano A, Costantini A, Fortini G, Zucco F

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Neuropathic Pain after Spinal Surgery

Cho JH, Lee JH, Song KS, Hong JY

Neuropathic pain after spinal surgery, the so-called failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), is a frequently observed troublesome disease entity. Although medications may be effective to some degree, many patients continue...
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Spinal cord stimulation for a patient with neuropathic pain related to congenital syringomyelia

Beyaz SG, Bal NS

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Ultrasound-guided placement of a permanent peripheral nerve stimulator in a patient with complex regional pain syndrome: A case report

Chung W, Kim Y, Lee J, Lee S, Kim Y, Shin Y, Lee W, Ko Y

A 56-year-old man complained of continuous pain in the right foot that began 6 months after undergoing surgery on the right calcaneus bone. The patient was diagnosed with complex regional...
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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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Paraplegia following cervical epidural catheterization using loss of resistance technique with air: a case report

Chae YJ, Han KR, Park HB, Kim C, Nam SG

We report a case of paraplegia without neurologic deficit of upper extremities following cervical epidural catheterization using air during the loss of resistance technique. A 41-year-old woman diagnosed with complex...
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Spinal Cord Stimulation in Failed Back Surgery Syndrome: Review of Clinical Use, Quality of Life and Cost-Effectiveness

Waszak PM, Modrić M, Paturej A, Malyshev S, Przygocka , Garnier H, Szmuda T

Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS) is complex and recurrent chronic pain after spinal surgery. Several important patient and surgery related risk factors play roles in development of FBSS. Inadequate selection...
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Caudal Neuromodulation with the Transforaminal Sacral Electrode (InterStim(R)): Experience in a Pain Center Regarding 12 Implants

Alonso Guardo L, Cano Gala , Sanchez Poveda D, Rueda Juan P, Sanchez Montero FJ, Garzon Sanchez JC, Santos Lamas JI, Sanchez Hernandez MV

BACKGROUND: Sacral nerve stimulation is a therapeutic option with demonstrated efficacy for conditions presenting with perineal pain caused by different etiologies. We aimed to assess whether a sacral electrode (InterStim(R),...
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Limitations of spinal cord stimulation for pain management

Shim JH

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Epidural anesthesia for permanent spinal cord stimulation with a cylindrical type lead: a case series

Lee SE, Choi RM, Kee R, Lee KH, Jeon S, Jung JW, Kim WJ, Yoon JS

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) in trials involving external stimulation are easily conducted under local anesthesia. However, implantation of a permanent SCS system is painful, and can be intolerable in some...
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Spinal Cord Stimulation for Refractory Neuropathic Pain of Neuralgic Amyotrophy

Kim JH, Ha SW, Son BC

The aim of this paper was to report the effect of temporary and chronic spinal cord stimulation for refractory neuropathic pain in neuralgic amyotrophy (NA). A 35-year-old female presented with...
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Spinal Cord Stimulation for Intractable Visceral Pain Due to Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction

Lee KH, Lee SE, Jung JW, Jeon SY

Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction (SOD) is a syndrome of chronic biliary pain or recurrent pancreatitis due to the functional obstruction of the pancreaticobiliary flow. We report a case of spinal...
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A Case of Lead Migration Caused by Involuntary Movement in Implanted Spinal Cord Stimulation

Kim JD, Lee JG, Kim SS, Shin HY

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is a reliable clinical option for treatment of refractory chronic pain. It is known to be effective method for treating sympathetic pain, failed back surgery syndrome,...
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