Bonica's Management of Pain

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Bonica's Management of Pain is the "gold standard" text in pain management. This is the first and only textbook to take a comprehensive and practical approach to all areas of pain management, including its psychological issues. From cancer and surgical pain to visceral pain, this book covers diseases, treatments, causes, and effects. The first of three parts covers the fundamental aspects of pain, its anatomy, physiological and psychological bases. The second part addresses the techniques that alleviate pain ...
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Overview


Bonica's Management of Pain is the "gold standard" text in pain management. This is the first and only textbook to take a comprehensive and practical approach to all areas of pain management, including its psychological issues. From cancer and surgical pain to visceral pain, this book covers diseases, treatments, causes, and effects. The first of three parts covers the fundamental aspects of pain, its anatomy, physiological and psychological bases. The second part addresses the techniques that alleviate pain and, though the primary focus is on analgesic block, other methods are covered. Clinical impressions and observations of diseases and disorders with painful syndromes constitute the third part of the book.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

This is the fully updated edition of the gold standard in the understanding, causes, and treatment of pain. Dr. John Bonica is considered the "father of pain management" and wrote the first edition of this classic text over 40 years ago. Now in its third edition, the book covers every type of pain and its treatment. There is also new comprhensive data on the incidence, prevalence, emotional and behavioral aspects, and economic and social impact on the patient, family, and society of virtually any acute and chronic pain.

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New edition of a text that discusses the fundamental aspects of pain, the various diseases and disorders in which pain constitutes a major problem, and the methods employed in its management, with special emphasis on the use of analgesic block as an aid in diagnosis, prognosis, and therapy. Loeser (neurological surgery and anesthesiology, U. of Washington School of Medicine) presents 110 contributions that address the fundamental aspects of pain (historical information, terms, general considerations, and various physical and psychological aspects); evaluation of the pain patient; generalized pain syndromes (neuropathic, vascular, cutaneous, musculoskeletal, and acute pain, malignant diseases, and pain in the young and elderly); regional pains; and methods for symptomatic control. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683304626
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/28/2000
  • Edition description: Third Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 2208
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 2.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributing Authors
Preface
Preface to the First Edition (1953)
Acknowledgments
Pt. I Basic Considerations of Pain
Introduction 1
1 History of Pain Concepts and Therapies 3
2 Pain Terms and Taxonomies and Pain 17
3 Peripheral Pain Mechanisms and Nociceptor Plasticity 26
4 Spinal Mechanisms and Their Modulation 73
5 Supraspinal Mechanisms of Pain and Nociception 153
6 Psychological Aspects of Pain 180
7 Gender, Cultural, and Environmental Aspects of Pain 191
8 Applied Anatomy Relevant to Pain 196
9 General Considerations of Acute Pain 222
10 General Considerations of Chronic Pain 241
11 Multidisciplinary Pain Programs 255
Pt. II Evaluation of the Pain Patient
Introduction 265
12 Medical Evaluation of the Patient with Pain 267
13 Electrodiagnostic Evaluation of Acute and Chronic Pain Syndromes 279
14 Imaging Pain Patients 297
15 Measurement of Pain 310
16 Psychological and Psychosocial Evaluation 329
17 Evaluation of Function and Disability 342
18 Multidisciplinary Pain Assessment 363
Pt. III Generalized Pain Syndromes
Sect. A Neuropathic Pains 369
Introduction 369
19 Painful Neuropathies 371
20 Complex Regional Pain Syndromes - Type I: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, and Type II: Causalgia 388
21 Pain after Amputation: Phantom Limb and Stump Pain 412
22 Herpes Zoster and Postherpetic Neuralgia 424
23 Central Pain States 433
Sect. B Psychological Contributions to Pain 459
Introduction 459
24 The Psychophysiology of Pain 461
25 Learned Pain: Pain as Behavior 478
26 Psychiatric Illness, Depression, and Psychogenic Pain 483
Sect. C Vascular, Cutaneous, and Musculoskeletal Pains 501
Introduction 501
27 Arthritis and Periarthritic Disorders 503
28 Neuropathic Myofascial Pain Syndromes 522
29 Myofascial Pain Syndromes 530
30 Fibromyalgia Syndrome 543
31 Treatment of Acute Musculoskeletal Pain 557
32 Pain of Dermatologic Disorders 573
33 Pain Due to Vascular Disease 587
34 Pain in Spinal Cord Injury Patients 613
Sect. D Pain in Malignant Diseases 621
Introduction 621
35 Cancer Pain: Assessment and Diagnosis 623
36 Cancer Pain: Management 659
37A Radiotherapeutic Management of Symptomatic Disease 704
37B Chemotherapeutic Management of Symptomatic Disease 720
38 Oral Mucositis in Cancer Patients 730
39 Pain in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Disease 739
40 Palliative Care 754
Sect. E Acute Pains 763
Introduction 763
41 Postoperative Pain 765
42 Burn Pain 780
43 Posttrauma Pain 788
44 Pain and Its Management in Children 797
45 Aging and Pain 813
Pt. IV Regional Pains
Introduction 825
46 General Considerations of Pain in the Head 833
47 Cranial Neuralgias 855
48 Headache 867
49 Facial and Head Pain Caused by Myofascial and Temporomandibular Disorders 895
50 Pain of Dental and Intraoral Origin 909
51 Ocular and Periocular Pain 925
52 Pain in the Ear, Midface, and Aerodigestive Tract 936
53 Pain Caused by Cancer of the Head and Neck 948
54 General Considerations of Pain in the Neck and Upper Limb 969
55 Neck Pain 1003
56 Cervicobrachial Neuralgia 1019
57 Musculoskeletal Upper Limb Pains 1032
58 Shoulder, Arm, and Elbow Pain 1060
59 Painful Conditions of the Forearm, Wrist, and Hand 1084
60 General Considerations of Pain in the Chest 1113
61 Cardiac and Aortic Pain 1149
62 Painful Disorders of the Respiratory System 1177
63 Chest Pain of Esophageal Origin 1194
64 Chest Pain from Other Disorders Including Cancer 1210
65 General Considerations of Abdominal Pain 1235
66 Painful Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract 1269
67 Painful Diseases of the Liver, Biliary System, and Pancreas 1293
68 Painful Diseases of the Kidney and Ureter 1309
69 Abdominal Pain Caused by Other Diseases 1326
70 General Considerations 1351
71 Pain of Childbirth 1388
72 Gynecologic Pain Syndromes 1415
73 Pelvic and Perineal Pain of Urologic Origin 1448
74 Pelvic and Perineal Pain Caused by Other Disorders 1462
75 General Considerations of Pain in the Low Back, Hips, and Lower Extremities 1475
76 Low Back Pain 1508
Introduction 1508
A Primary Care Approach to Acute and Chronic Back Problems: Definitions and Care 1509
B Role of Surgery in the Treatment of Low Back Pain and Sciatica 1528
C Failed Back Surgery Syndrome 1540
D Psychological Screening of Spine Surgery Candidates: Risk Factors for Poor Outcome 1549
E Epidural Steroids for Low Back Pain 1557
77 Pain of Neurologic Origin in the Hips and Lower Extremities 1565
78 Pain in the Hip 1579
79 Painful Disorders of the Thigh and Knee 1593
80 Pain in the Leg, Ankle, and Foot 1614
Pt. V Methods for Symptomatic Control
Sect. A General Considerations 1647
Introduction 1647
81 Nonspecific Treatment Effects 1649
82 Clinical Trials 1657
Sect. B Pharmacologic Therapies 1665
Introduction 1665
83 Systemic Nonopioid Analgesics 1667
84 Systemic Opioid Analgesics 1682
85 Antidepressants, Muscle Relaxants, and N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Antagonists 1710
86 Anticonvulsants and Local Anesthetic Drugs 1727
87 Topical Medications 1736
Sect. C Psychological Techniques 1743
Introduction 1743
88 Operant or Contingency Therapies 1745
89 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain 1751
90 Biofeedback Therapy for Chronic Pain Disorders 1759
91 Hypnosis 1768
92 Relaxation and Imagery Techniques 1779
93 Psychotherapy in the Management of Chronic Pain 1789
94 Motivating the Pain Patient for Behavioral Change 1796
Sect. D Physical Therapeutic Modalities 1805
Introduction 1805
95 Orthopedic Management of Pain 1807
96 Basic Concepts in Biomechanics and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation 1815
97 Acupuncture 1832
98 Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation 1842
Sect. E Implanted Electrical Stimulators 1849
Introduction 1849
99 Peripheral Nerve Stimulation 1851
100 Spinal Cord Stimulation 1857
101 Brain Stimulation: Intracerebral and Motor Cortex Stimulation 1877
Sect. F Regional Anesthesia/Analgesia 1891
Introduction 1891
102 Regional Anesthesia with Local Anesthetics 1893
103 Regional Analgesia with Intraspinal Opioids 1953
104 Neurolytic Blockade and Hypophysectomy 1967
Sect. G Ablative Neurosurgical Operations 2007
Introduction 2007
105 Lesions of Primary Afferents and Sympathetic Efferents as Treatments for Pain 2011
106 Neurosurgical Operations on the Spinal Cord 2023
107 Surgical Treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia 2038
108 Ablative Brain Operations for Chronic Pain 2048
Sect. H Multidisciplinary Multimodal Pain Management Programs 2067
Introduction 2067
109 Multidisciplinary Pain Management 2069
110 Building the Future 2080
Index 2087
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