Atlas of Uncommon Pain Syndromes: Expert Consult - Online and Print

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Obtain optimal diagnostic results from the field’s foremost pain expert! Noted authority Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD, offers complete, concise, and highly visual guidance on the diagnosis of more than 100 uncommon pain syndromes less frequently encountered in daily practice. Vivid illustrations depict the physical symptoms and anatomy of each pain site as well as key imaging findings involving techniques such as MRI, CT, and conventional radiograph. It’s the effective, easy-access resource you need to evaluate ...
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Overview

Obtain optimal diagnostic results from the field’s foremost pain expert! Noted authority Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD, offers complete, concise, and highly visual guidance on the diagnosis of more than 100 uncommon pain syndromes less frequently encountered in daily practice. Vivid illustrations depict the physical symptoms and anatomy of each pain site as well as key imaging findings involving techniques such as MRI, CT, and conventional radiograph. It’s the effective, easy-access resource you need to evaluate uncommon pain syndromes and sharpen your diagnostic skills.
  • Uses a consistent format to explore each pain syndrome, progressing through diagnostic codes • signs and
    • Accurately diagnose and treat uncommon pain syndromes by following a step-by-step approach that progresses from signs and symptoms through physical findings, laboratory and radiographic testing, treatment options, and clinical pearls.
    • Recognize the visual manifestations of pain with help from nearly 400 vivid illustrations-more than 100 new to this edition, many in color-depicting the physical symptoms and anatomy of each pain site, and diagnostic images demonstrating key findings from MRI, CT, and conventional radiography.
      • Effectively apply the latest techniques and approaches with complete updates throughout including new chapters on SUNCT Headache, Primary Thunderclap Headache, Hypnic Headache, Nummular Headache, Atypical Odontalgia, Burning Mouth Syndrome, Nervus Intermedius Neuralgia, Red Ear Syndrome, Clival Chordoma Syndrome, Glomus Tumor of the Shoulder, Osteonecrosis of the Elbow Joint, Driver’s Elbow, Boxer’s Knuckle, Trigger Wrist, Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Syndrome, Clitoral Priapism, Breaststroker’s Knee, Glomus Tumor of the Knee, and Fabella Syndrome.
    • Quickly and easily find the information you need thanks to highly templated chapters.
    • Confidently overcome the clinical challenges you’re likely to face with well-rounded guidance from this companion volume to Dr. Waldman’s Atlas of Common Pain Syndromes, 3rd Edition.
    • Access the complete text and illustrations online at expertconsult.com, fully searchable.
  • Features updated chapters throughout, and19 new chaptersto keep you abreast of the conditions presenting in today’s practice.
  • Presents over 350 illustrations-175 in full color and more than 100 new to this edition-as well as x-rays, CTs, and MRIs, helping you to confirm your diagnoses and confidently implement techniques.

Brand new chapters include:

SUNCT Headache

Primary Thunderclap Headache

Hypnic Headache

Nummular Headache

Atypical Odontalgia

Burning Mouth Syndrome

Nervus Intermedius Neuralgia

Red Ear Syndrome

Clival Chordoma Syndrome

Glomus Tumor of the Shoulder

Osteonecrosis of the Elbow Joint

Driver’s Elbow

Boxer’s Knuckle

Trigger Wrist

Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Syndrome

Clitoral Priapism

Breaststroker’s Knee

Glomus Tumor of the Knee

Fabella Syndrome

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Editorial Reviews

From The Critics
Reviewer: Tariq M. Malik, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is an update of a 2008 compendium of uncommon painful conditions presented in a pictorial format.
Purpose: The purpose is to present uncommon conditions in a brief, easy-to-read fashion, a worthy goal with clinical implications for patient evaluation and management.
Audience: Although the book is intended for pain practitioners, primary care physicians and pain fellows also will find it helpful. The author is an experienced clinician who has authored many books in this area.
Features: Each of the book's 12 sections covers a region of the body, and each section devotes 10 or so chapters to uncommon conditions. Chapters follow the same format, covering the clinical description of the syndrome, outlining notable signs, symptoms, and the testing necessary to rule out other conditions, and noting mimics of the condition. Treatment options are then discussed, along with injection therapy if indicated, as well as complications of mismanagement by failure to recognize the condition. Finally, chapters provide clinical pearls as a parting gift. Every page has an illustration or an image, and the book provides new ICD-10 codes for every disease for billing purposes. The salient features of the book are its simplicity and brevity — no chapter is more than three pages. It is not an exhaustive book, and most of the conditions it covers are related to the musculoskeletal system, while leaving out quite a few abdominal or thoracic visceral pain conditions. Surprisingly, many of the conditions are quite common. In fairness, the book was never meant to be a comprehensive account of all diseases.
Assessment: This is a brief and to-the-point book on both common and uncommon pain syndromes. It will be a valuable addition to the office library of a busy ER or primary care practitioner, not just the chronic pain practitioner.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Tariq M. Malik, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This is an update of a 2008 compendium of uncommon painful conditions presented in a pictorial format.
Purpose: The purpose is to present uncommon conditions in a brief, easy-to-read fashion, a worthy goal with clinical implications for patient evaluation and management.
Audience: Although the book is intended for pain practitioners, primary care physicians and pain fellows also will find it helpful. The author is an experienced clinician who has authored many books in this area.
Features: Each of the book's 12 sections covers a region of the body, and each section devotes 10 or so chapters to uncommon conditions. Chapters follow the same format, covering the clinical description of the syndrome, outlining notable signs, symptoms, and the testing necessary to rule out other conditions, and noting mimics of the condition. Treatment options are then discussed, along with injection therapy if indicated, as well as complications of mismanagement by failure to recognize the condition. Finally, chapters provide clinical pearls as a parting gift. Every page has an illustration or an image, and the book provides new ICD-10 codes for every disease for billing purposes. The salient features of the book are its simplicity and brevity — no chapter is more than three pages. It is not an exhaustive book, and most of the conditions it covers are related to the musculoskeletal system, while leaving out quite a few abdominal or thoracic visceral pain conditions. Surprisingly, many of the conditions are quite common. In fairness, the book was never meant to be a comprehensive account of all diseases.
Assessment: This is a brief and to-the-point book on both common and uncommon pain syndromes. It will be a valuable addition to the office library of a busy ER or primary care practitioner, not just the chronic pain practitioner.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455709991
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 6/20/2013
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 1,352,401
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

· Headache & Facial Pain Syndromes

1. Ice Pick Headache

2. Supraorbital Neuralgia

3. Chronic Paroxysmal Hemicrania

4. Charlin's Syndrome

5. Sexual Headache

6. Cough Headache

7. SUNCT Headache*

8. Primary Thunderclap Headache*

9. Hypnic Headache*

10. Nummular Headache*

11. Headache Associated With Temporal Arteritis

12. Post-Dural Puncture Headache

13. Ramsey-Hunt Syndrome

14. Eagle's Syndrome

15. Atypical Odontalgia*

16. Burning Mouth Syndrome*

17. Nervus Intermedius Neuralgia*

18. Red Ear Syndrome*

19. Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia

· Neck & Brachial Plexus Pain Syndromes

20. Clival Chordoma Syndrome*

21. Spasmotic Torticollis

22. Cervicothoracic Interspinous Bursitis

23. Scapulocostal Syndrome

24. Parsnage-Turner Syndrome

25. Hyoid Syndrome

26. Omohyoid Syndrome

27. Neck-Tongue Syndrome

· Shoulder Pain Syndromes

28. Supraspinatus Tendinitis

29. Infraspinatus Tendinitis

30. Subacromial Impingement Syndrome

31. Os Acrominale Syndrome

32. Glomus Tumor of the Shoulder*

33. Pectoralis Major Tear Syndrome

34. Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment

35. Quadrilateral Space Syndrome

· Elbow Pain Syndromes

36. Pronator Syndrome

37. Cubital Bursitis

38. Anconeus Epitrochlearis

39. Os Supratrochochleare

40. Osteonecrosis of the Elbow Joint*

41. Triceps Tendinitis

42. Radial Tunnel Syndrome

43. Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

44. Driver’s Elbow*

45. Anterior Interosseus Syndrome

· Wrist & Hand Pain Syndromes

46. Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome

47. Cheiralgia Paresthetica

48. Secretan’s Syndrome

49. Foreign Body Synovitis

50. Glomus Tumor of the Hand

51. Boxer’s Knuckle*

52. Triangular Fibrocartilage Tear Syndrome

53. Scapulolunate Ligament Tear Syndrome

54. Lunotriquetral Instability Pain Syndrome

55. Keinböck's Disease

56. Avascular Necrosis of The Scaphoid

57. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Tendinitis

58. Flexor Carpi Radialis Tendinitis

59. Trigger Wrist*

· Chest Wall Pain Syndromes

60. Devil’s Grip

61. Sternoclavicular Joint Pain

62. Post-Mastectomy Pain

63. Sternalis Syndrome

64. Manubriosternal Joint Pain

65. Xiphoidynia

66. Serratus Anterior Muscle Syndrome

67. Slipping Rib Syndrome

68. Winged Scapula Syndrome

· Abdominal & Groin Pain Syndromes

69. Abdominal Cutaneous N. Entrapment

70. Acute Intermittent Porphyria

71. Radiation Enteritis

72. Liver Pain

73. Abdominal Angina

· Lumbar Spine & Sacroiliac Joint Pain Syndrome

74. Epidural Abscess

75. Multiple Myeloma

76. Paget's Disease of Bone

77. Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis

78. Spondylolythesis

79. Ankylosing Spondylitis

80. Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Syndrome*

81. Lumbar Myofascial Pain Syndrome

· Pelvic Pain Syndromes

82. Proctalgia Fugax

83. Prostatodynia

84. Gluteus Medius Pain Syndrome

85. Orchalgia

86. Vulvodynia

87. Clitoral Priapism*

88. Gluteal Bursitis

89. Levator Ani Syndrome

· Hip & Lower Extremity Pain Syndromes

90. Avascular Necrosis Of The Femoral Head

91. Psoas Bursitis

92. Femoral Neuropathy

93. Saphenous Neuralgia

94. Obturator Neuralgia

95. Adductor Tendinitis

96. Iliopectinate Bursitis Pain Syndrome

97. Snapping Hip Syndrome

· Knee Pain Syndromes

98. Tibiofibular Pain Syndrome

99. Jumper’s Knee

100. Semimembranous Insertion Syndrome

101. Coronary Ligament Strain

102. Breaststroker’s Knee*

103. Quadriceps Expansion Syndrome

104. Runner’s Knee

105. Glomus Tumor of the Knee*

106. Iliotibial Band Bursitis

107. Fabella Syndrome*

108. Hamstring Tenosynovitis

109. Pes Anserine Bursitis

· Ankle & Foot Pain Syndromes

110. Subtalar Joint Pain

111. Midtarsal Joint Pain

112. Posterior Tibial Tendon Tear

113. Achilles Bursitis

114. Anterior Talofibular Pain Syndrome

115. Accessory Navicular Pain Syndrome

116. Fibulocalcaneal Pain Syndrome

117. Os Trigonum Pain Syndrome

118. Bunionette Pain

119. Sesamoiditis

120. Metatarsalgia

121. Submetatarsal Adventitial Bursitis

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