Chronic Pain Syndromes: Overview
Chronic Pain Syndromes refer to various disorders causing chronic pain. Common types of chronic pain include chronic back pain, chronic nerve pain (chronic neuralgia), and other types. Disorders that produce chronic pain include fibromyalgia, trigeminal neuralgia, arteritis, and many other types.
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- Neuralgia: Neuralgia is a general term meaning nerve pain. Milder nerve pain sensations such as tingling or burning sensations are called
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- Fibromyalgia: Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder where various points in the body become sensitive and painful. Symptoms may include muscle pain
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- Trigeminal Neuralgia: Trigeminal Neuralgia is a disorder where nerve pain (neuralgia) affects the facial nerves, causing face pain. It is also called
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- Arteritis: Arteritis is the general name for inflammation of an artery. The cause of many cases is believed to be autoimmune disease
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- Pain: Pain is a very common symptom that can affect almost any region of the body. Common types of pain include
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