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Joined by an international team of leading experts, noted pain authority Dr. Steven Waldman presents comprehensive, one-of-a-kind coverage examining pain syndromes from a multidisciplinary perspective. A user-friendly, how-to-do-it format enables you to access specific guidance quickly...and apply the information easily...to bring faster pain relief to your patients.

• Presents the practice-proven experience of Steven D. Waldman, MD - author of numerous groundbreaking pain management references - along with world leading experts.

• Uses a templated, color-coded format to facilitate fast and easy reference.

• Offers state-of-the-art techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of pain syndromes.

• This comprehensive two-volume set includes an image library CD-ROM, allowing users to view and download all images from the book electronically.

With 132 additional contributing experts.

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Reviewer: Tariq M. Malik, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This comprehensive textbook covers all aspects of pain including injection techniques. Best of all, it is very well illustrated.
Purpose: It is meant to address the issue of chronic pain in a more practical and clinical fashion. Instead of discussing pain conditions based on organ, it covers the issue of pain by body parts. This makes it unique and more practical even for those who aren't pain specialists.
Audience: Although the book is intended for pain physicians, any physician can use it as a reference. Primary care physicians will find it useful in helping them to manage patients with different pain conditions as well as to decide when to refer patients to a pain clinic. Dr. Waldman already has many books to his credit and each contributing author is an authority in the field.
Features: The two volume set is broadly divided into five sections. The first section covers basic pain physiology, providing a precise and clear concept of pain dynamics in the periphery as well as in the CNS. The second section deals with patient evaluation. Apart from discussing how to evaluate patients clinically, important chapters cover different investigations like MRI, radiology, nuclear scans and EMG/NCS. All chapters are brief, easy to read, to the point, and very well written. The third section covers common pain syndromes like CRPS, sickle cell pain, burn pain, cancer pain, fibromyalgia, and connective tissue disorders. Chapters in the fourth section deal with painful conditions by body part, like head and neck, shoulder, arm/elbow, chest wall, and abdomen. The list is not exhaustive, but it definitely covers all the common conditions. The final section provides technical details for performing different pain procedures, all of which are described in a very methodical and unambiguous way and hence are very helpful. The best part of the book is its appealing look with the extensive illustrations. The quality of the images is very good with needle positions very clear in each of them. There is little, if anything, that is wrong with this book. There may not be a lot of details on one topic or another, but within the confines of its intended objectives, it is a complete pain book. The only thing it may lack is a chapter on chronic use of opioids in nonmalignant pain, an important topic because of the medicolegal implications.
Assessment: "There are many pain books out there; some are too small, some are too big, and some have too much basic science. This book has the right mix of everything. It will provide any pain fellow with a broad base of information on which he or she can build. "
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721603346
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/8/2006
  • Pages: 1664
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

SECTION 1. THE BASIC SCIENCE OF PAIN MANAGEMENT

1. A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Pain in the Human, Ronald Melzack, PhD, and Joel Katz, MD

2. Anatomy of the Pain Processing System, Tony L. Yaksh, PhD, and Z. David Luo, MD, PhD

3. Dynamics of the Pain Processing System, Tony L. Yaksh, PhD

SECTION 2. THE EVALUATION OF THE PATIENT IN PAIN

4. History and Physical Examination of the Patient in Pain, Charles Donohoe, MD

5. Patterns of Common Pain Management Syndromes, Bernard M. Abrams, MD

6. Rational Use of Laboratory Testing, Charles Donohoe, MD

7. Plain Radiography, David Dai-Fu Hou, MD, and John A. Carrino, MD, MPH

8. Nuclear Medicine Techniques, David Dai-Fu Hou, MD, and John A. Carrino, MD, MPH

9. Computed Tomography, Joel A. Nielsen, DO, and John A. Carrino, MD, MPH

10. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Eric T. Chou, MD, and John A. Carrino, MD, MPH

11. Discography, Milton H. Landers, DO, PhD

12. Epidurography, Jeffrey P. Meyer, MD, Miles R. Day, MD, and Gabor B. Racz, MD

13. Selective Nerve Root Blocks, Steven D. Waldman, MD, JD

14. Differential Neural Blockade for the Diagnosis of Pain, Alon P. Winnie, MD, and Kenneth Candido, MD

15. Spinal Canal Endoscopy, Lloyd R. Saberski, MD

16. Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Velocity Testing, Bernard M. Abrams, MD

17. Evoked Potential Testing, Howard J. Waldman, MD, DO

18. The Measurement of Pain: Objectifying the Subjective, Darrin J. Correll, MD

19. Chronic Pain: Physiological, Diagnostic, and Management Considerations, Brian Hainline, MD

SECTION 3. GENERALIZED PAIN SYNDROMES ENCOUNTERED IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

Part A. Acute Pain Syndromes

20. Acute Postoperative Pain, Steven D. Waldman, MD

21. Burn Pain, Krishna Boddu, MB BS, David R. Patterson, PhD, Sam R. Sharar, MD, Shelley Wiechman, PhD

22. Sickle Cell Pain, Kimberley Smith-Martin, MD

23. Acute Headache, Seymour Diamond, MD, and George R. Nissan, DO

Part B. Neuropathic Pain Syndromes

24. The Peripheral Neuropathies, Steven D. Waldman, MD

25. Acute Herpes Zoster & Post Herpetic Neuralgia, Steven D. Waldman, MD

26. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type I: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Andreas Binder, MD, Jörn Schattschneider, MD, and Ralf Baron, MD

27. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type II: Causalgia, Andreas Binder, MD, Jörn Schattschneider, MD, and Ralf Baron, MD

28. Phantom Pain Syndromes, Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD, Vijay Singh, MD and Mark V. Boswell, MD, PhD

Part C. Pain of Malignant Origin

29. Identification and Treatment of Cancer Pain Syndromes, Steven D. Waldman, MD

30. Radiation Therapy in the Management of Cancer Pain, Scott C. Cozad, DDS, MD

31. Neural Blockade with Local Anesthetics and Steroids in the Management of Cancer Pain, P. Prithvi Raj, MD

32. Neural Blockade with Neurolytic Agents in the Management of Cancer Pain, Subhash Jain, MD, and Rakesh Gupta, MD

33. The Role of Spinal Opioids In The Management Of Cancer Pain, Steven D. Waldman, MD

34. Neurosurgery in the Management of Cancer Pain, Michael S. Yoon, MD, and Michael Munz

35. Palliative Care in the Management of Cancer Pain, Eduardo Bruera, MD, and Fadi Braiteh, MD

Part D. Pain of Dermatologic and Musculoskeletal Origin

36. Common Sports Injuries, Steven D. Waldman, MD

37. Fibromyalgia and Related Conditions, Steven D. Waldman, MD

38. Pain and Dysfunction Associated with the Entrapment Neuropathies, Charles Donohoe, MD

39. Osteoarthritis and Related Disorders, Paul Dieppe, MD, Prof. Philip G. Conaghan, Bruce L. Kidd, MD, and Paul Creamer, MD

40. An Overview Of The Collegen Vacular Diseases, Steven D. Waldman, MD

41. Polymyalgia Rheumatica, Brian L. Hazleman, MA, MB

SECTION 4. REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROMES

Part A. Pain in the Head

42. Migraine Headache, Seymour Diamond, MD

43. Tension-Type Headache, Frederick G. Freitag, DO

44. Cluster Headache, George Urban, MD and Seymour Diamond, MD

45. Analgesic Rebound Headache, Roger K. Cady, MD, Curtis P. Schreiber, MD, and Kathleen U. Farmer, PsyD

46. Trigeminal Neuralgia, Alan Stiles, DMD, and James J. Evans, MD

47. Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia, Steven D. Waldman, MD

48. Giant Cell Arteritis, Brian L. Hazleman, MA, MB

49. Pain of Ocular and Periocular Origin, Steven D. Waldman, MD

50. Pain of Ear, Nose, and Throat Origin, Steven D. Waldman, MD

51. Occipital Neuralgia, Steven D. Waldman, MD

52. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy of the Face, Kenneth D. Candido, MD

Part B. Pain Emanating from the Neck and Brachial Plexus

53. Cervical Facet Syndrome, Khuram A. Sial, MD, Thomas T. Simopoulos, MD, Zahid H. Bajwa, MD, Carol A. Warfield, MD

54. Cervical Radiculopathy, Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD, Vijay Singh, MD and Mark V. Boswell, MD, PhD

55. Brachial Plexopathy and Related Disorders, Divya Patel, MD and Sunil Singh, MD

56. Cervical Dystonias and Related Disorders, Martin Childers, DO, PhD

Part C. Shoulder Pain Syndromes

57. Arthritis Pain of the Shoulder, Steven D. Waldman, MD

58. Disorders of the Rotator Cuff, D. Ross Henshaw, MD, and Edward V. Craig, MD

59. Acromioclavicular Joint Pain, Steven D. Waldman, MD

60. Subdeltoid Bursitis and Related Disorders, Steven D. Waldman, MD

61. Biceps Tendinitis and Related Disorders, Robert Trout, MD

62. Scapulocostal Syndrome and Related Disorders, Bernard M. Abrams, MD

Part D. Elbow Pain Syndromes

63. Tennis Elbow, Steven D. Waldman, MD

64. Golfer’s Elbow, Steven D. Waldman, MD

65. Olecranon and Cubital Bursitis, Steven D. Waldman, MD

66. Tardy Ulnar Palsy and Other Entrapment Neuropathies of the Elbow and Forearm, Steven D. Waldman, MD

Part E. Wrist and Hand Pain Syndromes

67. Arthritis of the Wrist and Hand, Adel G. Fam, MD

68. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Adel G. Fam, MD

69. DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis, Adel G. Fam, MD

70. Dupuytren’s Contracture, Adel G. Fam, MD

71. Trigger Finger and Trigger Thumb, Adel G. Fam, MD

72. Glomus Tumor of the Hand, Adel G. Fam, MD

Part F. Pain Syndromes of the Chest Wall and Thoracic Spine

73. Chest Wall Pain, Steven D. Waldman, MD

74. Thoracic Radiculopathy, Steven D. Waldman, MD

75. Painful Disorders of the Respiratory System, Jose L. Mendez, MD, and Douglas R. Gracey, MD

76. Post-Mastectomy Pain, Mirjana Lovrincevic, MD, and Mark J. Lema, MD, PhD

77. Post-Thoracotomy Pain, Debra A. DeAngelo, DO, and Vitaly Gordin, MD

78. Mononeuritis Multiplex, Steven D. Waldman, MD

Part G. Pain Syndromes of the Abdomen, Retroperitoneum and Groin

79. Abdominal Wall Pain & Groin Pain, Steven D. Waldman, MD

80. Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis, Steven D. Waldman, MD

81. Ilioinguinal, Iliohypostric, and Genitofemoral Neuralgia, Steven D. Waldman, MD

Part H. Pain Syndromes of the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint

82. Low Back Pain, David Borenstein, MD

83. Lumbar Radiculopathy, Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD, Vijay Singh, MD and Mark V. Boswell, MD, PhD

84. Lumbar Facet Syndrome, Nikolai Bogduk, MD

85. Occupational Back Pain, Brian McGuirk, MD, and Nikolai Bogduk, MD

86. Arachnoiditis and Related Conditions, J. Antonio Aldrete, MD, MS

87. Spondylosis and Spondylolisthesis, Nikolai Bogduk, MD

88. Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Related Disorders, Steven Simon, MD

89. Failed Back Surgery Syndrome, J. Antonio Aldrete, MD, MS

Part I. Pain Syndromes of the Pelvis and Genitalia

90. Osteitis Pubis, Steven D. Waldman, MD

91. Piriformis Syndrome, Lowell W. Reynolds, MD, and Thomas F. Schrattenholzer, MD

92. Orchialgia, Lowell W. Reynolds, MD, and Shawn M. Sills, MD

93. Vulvadynia, Lowell W. Reynolds, MD, and Brett T. Quave, MD

94. Coccyodynia, Steven D. Waldman, MD

95. Proctalgia Fugax, Steven D. Waldman, MD

Part J. Pain Syndromes of the Hip and Proximal Lower Extremity

96. Ischiogluteal and Gluteal Bursitis, Steven D. Waldman, MD

97. Trochanteric Bursitis, Martin Childers, DO, PhD

98. Iliopsoas Bursitis, Robert Trout, MD

99. Meralgia Paresthetica, Steven D. Waldman, MD

100. Femoral and Saphenous Neuropathy, Bernard M. Abrams, MD

101. Obturator Neuropathy, Bernard M. Abrams, MD

Part K. Pain Syndromes of the Knee and Distal Lower Extremity

102. Painful Conditions of the Knee, Steven D. Waldman, MD

103. Bursitis Syndromes of the Knee, Steven D. Waldman, MD

104. Baker’s Cyst, Steven D. Waldman, MD

105. Quadriceps Expansion Syndrome, Steven D. Waldman, MD

Part L. Pain Syndromes of the Ankle and Foot

106. Arthritis of the Ankle and Foot, Adel G. Fam, MD

107. Achilles Tendinitis and Bursitis and Other Painful Conditions of the Ankle, Adel G. Fam, MD

108. Morton’s Neuroma and Other Painful Conditions of the Foot, Adel G. Fam, MD

109. Hallux Valgus, Bunion, Bunionette, and Other Painful Conditions of the Toe, Adel G. Fam, MD

110. Heel Spur Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, and Other Related Disorders, Dhaneshwari Solanki, MD

SECTION 5. SPECIFIC TREATMENT MODALITIES FOR PAIN AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT

Part A. Pharmacologic Management of Pain

111. Simple Analgesics, Robert B. Supernaw, PharmD

112. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs and the Cox-2 Inhibitors, Steven D. Waldman, MD

113. Opioid Analgesics, Dhanalakshmi Koyyalagunta, MD

114. Antidepressant Compounds, Steven D. Waldman, MD

115. Anticonvulsant Compounds, Steven D. Waldman, MD

116. Centrally Acting Skeletal Muscle Relaxants and Associated Drugs, Howard J. Waldman, MD, Steven D. Waldman, MD, and Katherine A. Waldman, OTR

117. Topical and Systemic Local Anesthetics, James E. Heavner, DVM, PhD

118. Alternative Medicine, Winston C. V. Parris, MD, and Salahadin Abdi, MD, PhD

119. Limitations of Pharmacologic Pain Management, Richard B. Patt, MD

Part B. Psychological and Behavioral Modalities for Pain and Symptom Management

120. Psychological Interventions, Jennifer B. Levin, PhD, and Jeffrey W. Janata, PhD

121. Biofeedback, Frank Andrasik, PhD, and Carla Rime, BA

122. Hypnosis, Howard Hall, PhD, PsyD

123. Relaxation Techniques and Guided Imagery, Carla Rime, BA, and Frank Andrasik, PhD

Part C. Physical Modalities in the Management of Pain

124. Heat and Cold Modalities, Howard J. Waldman, MD, Steven D. Waldman, MD, and Katherine A. Waldman, OTR

125. Hydrotherapy, David Soto-Quijano, MD, Martin Grabois, MD

126. Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation, Steven D. Waldman, MD

127. Exercise and Physical Reconditioning, Donna Bloodworth, MD

128. Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy, Kevin D. Treffer, DO

129. Nociceptors, Pain, and Chiropractic, Geoffrey M. Bove, DC, PhD, and Rand S. Swenson, DC, MD, PhD

130. Acupuncture, M. Kay Garcia, RN, LAc, DrPH, and Joseph Chiang, MD

131. Prolotherapy, K. Dean Reeves, MD

Part D. Neural Blockade and Neurolytic Blocks in the Management of Pain

132. Atlanto-Occipital Block, Luminita Vladutu, MD, and Gabor B. Racz, MD

133. Atlanto-Axial Block, Jonathan Barry, MD, Miles Day, MD, and Gabor B. Racz, MD

134. Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block, Lawrence Kropp, MD, Miles R. Day, MD, and Gabor B. Racz, MD

135. Greater and Lesser Occipital Nerve Block, David L. Brown, MD, and Gilbert Y. Wong, MD

136. Gasserian Ganglion Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

137. Trigeminal Nerve Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

138. Glossopharyngeal Nerve Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

139. Vagus Nerve Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

140. Phrenic Nerve Block, Mark A. Greenfield, MD, and Steven D. Waldman, MD

141. Cervical Plexus Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

142. Stellate Ganglion Block, P. Prithvi Raj, MD

143. Cervical Facet Block, Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD, David M. Schultz, and Vijay Singh, MD

144. Cervical Epidural Nerve Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

145. Brachial Plexus Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

146. Neural Blockade of the Peripheral Nerves of the Upper Extremity, Robert H. Overbaugh, MD

147. Suprascapular Nerve Block, P. Prithvi Raj, MD

148. Thoracic Epidural Nerve Block, Somayaji Ramamurthy, MD

149. Intercostal Nerve Block, Dan J. Kopacz, MD, and Gale E. Thompson, MD

150. Interpleural Catheters, Kathleen A. O'Leary, MD, Anthony T. Yarussi, MD, and David P. Myers, MD

151. Splanchnic and Celiac Plexus Nerve Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

152. Lumbar Epidural Nerve Block, Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD, and Sairam Atluri, MD

153. Subarachnoid Neurolytic Block, Alon P. Winnie, MD, and Kenneth D. Candido, MD

154. Lumbar Facet Block, Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD, David M. Schultz, and Vijay Singh, MD

155. Lumbar Sympathetic Nerve Block, Michael D. Stanton-Hicks, MB, MD

156. Ilioinguinal and Iliohypogastric Nerve Block, Son Truong Nguyen, DO, Vimal Akhouri, MD, MB, Carol Warfield, MD

157. Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Block, David P. Bankston, MD

158. Obturator Nerve Block, Somayaji Ramamurthy, MD

159. Caudal Epidural Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

160. Lysis of Epidural Adhesions: The Racz Technique, Miles Day, MD, and Gabor B. Racz, MD

161. Hypogastric Nerve & Ganglion Impar Block, Steven D. Waldman, MD

162. Sacroiliac Joint Injection, Steven D. Waldman, MD

163. Neural Blockade of the Peripheral Nerves of the Lower Extremity, Debra A. DeAngelo, DO, and Vitaly Gordin, MD

Part E. Neuroaugmentation and Implantable Drug Delivery Systems

164. Peripheral Nerve Stimulation, Matthew P. Rupert, MD, MS, Miles Day, MD, and Gabor B. Racz, MD

165. Spinal Cord Stimulation, Allen W. Burton, MD

166. Implantable Drug Delivery Systems, Steven D. Waldman, MD

167. Complications of Implantable Technology for Pain Control, Richard Patt, MD, and Samuel J. Hassenbusch III, MD, PhD

Part F. Advanced Pain Management Techniques

168. Neuroadenolysis of the Pituitary, Steven D. Waldman, MD

169. Radiofrequency Lesioning, Matthew T. Klein, MD, and Way Yin, MD

170. Cryoneurolysis, Lloyd R. Saberski, MD

171. Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty, Ronald A. Alberico, MD, and Ahmed Abdel-Halim, MD

172. Electrothermal Annuloplasty, Michael L. Whitworth, MD

173. Percutaneous Laser Discectomy, Michael L. Whitworth, MD

174. Cervical Cordotomy, Steven Rosen, MD

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