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    Rashedi, Vahid Asadi-Lari, Mohsen Foroughan, Mahshid Delbari, Ahmad and Fadayevatan, Reza 2017. Mental Health and Pain in Older Adults: Findings from Urban HEART-2. Community Mental Health Journal, Vol. 53, Issue. 6, p. 719.


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    Case Studies in Pain Management
    • Online ISBN: 9781107281950
    • Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781107281950
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Edited by internationally recognized pain experts, this unique book describes 73 real life clinical cases, each followed by discussion of pathogenesis, work-up, differential diagnosis and treatment options. Cases are divided into seven sub-topics: neurologic disorders, spinal disorders, musculoskeletal pain, visceral pain, headache and facial pain, cancer pain, and special topics such as pain in children and older adults. Discussions follow a question-and-answer format, facilitating learning and also enabling self-testing. Chapters are written by the foremost national and international leaders in the field of pain management, many of whom are pain program directors. Case Studies in Pain Management is an excellent learning source for trainees in pain management and a must-read for pain practitioners.

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