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Tools for Assessing Neuropathic Pain

By Giorgio Cruccu and Andrea Truini


Giorgio Cruccu and Andrea Truini discuss a new pain assessment tool published in PLoS Medicine called Standardized Evaluation of Pain and they review other tools to assess neuropathic pain

Topics: Research in Translation
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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Provided by: PubMed Central

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