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25 Peripheral neuropathies 335
Ravikiran Shenoy, Katherine Roberts, and Praveen Anand
26 HIV and AIDS 352 Sarah Cox and Andrew SC Rice
27 Complex regional pain syndromes 362
Peter R Wilson
28 Central neuropathic pain: syndromes, pathophysiology, and treatments 374
James C Watson
29 Spinal cord injury 388
Philip J Siddall and Paul J Wrigley
30 Chronic pain after surgery 405
William Macrae and Julie Bruce
31 Postamputation pain 414
Lone Nikolajsen and Signe Koch
32 Herpes zoster pain including shingles and postherpetic neuralgia 429
Robert W Johnson
33 Management of painful spasticity 440
34 Headache 450
Peer Tfelt-Hansen and Rigmor Jensen
35 Facial pain 467 Peter Svensson and Lene Baad-Hansen
36 Neck pain and whiplash 484 Nikolai Bogduk
37 Chronic back pain 501
Randy A Shelerud
38 Chronic joint pain 518
Tanya Baqai, Ali Jawad, and Bruce Kidd
39 Therapies for chronic chest pain 537
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40 Chronic abdominal, groin, and perineal pain of visceral origin 549
Timothy J Ness
41 Chronic pelvic pain 570
Andrea J Rapkin and Monica Lee
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43 Psychiatric diagnosis and chronic pain 614
Stephen P Tyrer
44 Chronic pain in children 623
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45 Principles of chronic pain therapy in elderly patients 641
John Hughes and Chris Dodds
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