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    An Introduction to Neuropathic Pain

    Neuropathic pain is the result of an injury or illness that impacts the somatosensory system, responsible for the perception of touch, pain, pressure etc. arising from inside and the surface of the body. Common causes include amputation, chemotherapy, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and shingles. The multifactorial nature of the condition makes neuropathic pain challenging to diagnose and treat. Combination therapy is commonplace. Despite this, a high proportion of still patients fail to achieve adequate pain relief with manageable side effects. Multidisciplinary care is essential and includes nonopioid pharmacological management, interventional therapies, neurostimulation, low-dose opioid treatment and targeted drug-delivery therapy.

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