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Spinal Cord Injury and Pain 

Spinal Cord Injury and Pain
Spinal Cord Injury and Pain

Tabitha A. Washington

, Khalilah Brown

, and Gilbert Fanciullo

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date: 06 May 2021

Injury to the spinal cord can occur via trauma, infection, ischemia, toxicity, tumor, radiation, disease or other causes. The pattern of pain may still be changing years or even decades after injury. The level of pain and disability may be very high and effective treatment options may be illusory.

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