Evolving Role of the Neurologist in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Noncancer Pain

Jacobson, Peter Lars; Mann, J. Douglas
January 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Jan2003, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p80
Academic Journal
Examines the evolving role of the neurologist in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic noncancer pain (CNP). Findings of a survey by the American Academy of Neurology on the increasing role of neurologist in treating CNP within a multidisciplinary treatment plan; Subjective and objective aspects of CNP; Neurologist education and attitudes about CNP.


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