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Central neuropathic pain 

Central neuropathic pain
Central neuropathic pain

David Bowsher

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date: 01 August 2021

Central neuropathic pain can arise following damage to spinothalamocortical pathways in the spinal cord and brain

Stroke, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injury (trauma or disease) are the predominant causes

Central neuropathic pain is wrongly considered a rarity; several tens of thousands of cases exist in the UK and it can develop up to two years after stroke...

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