Studying vascular endothelial growth factor could lead to a new type of painkiller, according to a study published in Neurobiology of Disease.
Knowledgeable practitioners can effectively discuss pathophysiology and treatment strategies for amplified pain with patients and prescribe a treatment approach that does not require drug therapy for pain or sleep aids.
The first principle of diagnosis is localization in order to optimize the differential diagnosis and avoid unnecessary testing.
Results from a study of herpes zoster incidence following periods of acute stress in a large cohort of patients suggest the conventional wisdom on this subject may be wrong.
Symptoms of neuropathy are present in patients with knee osteoarthritis, according to research from the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom.
Current users of oral fluoroquinolone (FQs) antibiotics, especially new users of FQs, are at higher risk of developing peripheral neuropathy (PN), concludes a recent study published in Neurology.