The researchers’ goal was to evaluate the effectiveness of low-intensity focused ultrasound (LIFU) therapy in the management of cancer-related neuropathic pain (CNP).
Genetic and nongenetic factors should be evaluated when examining factors contributing to variability in acute postoperative opioid use.
The loop drainage technique is less invasive than the conventional method because it requires 2 smaller incisions rather than 1 large incision with no packing of the wound.
The researchers’ goal was to estimate the risk of harm associated with opioid dose and duration of use and then to determine whether the risk is modified by the patients’ treatment indication and age.
A review evaluates the most effective current method for blepharitis-causing mite control.
Researchers summarize the potential pathophysiological mechanisms and histopathological features of lid margin keratinization.
The researchers’ goal was to determine patients’ satisfaction with consultation about headaches by telephone during the COVID-19 pandemic and whether they preferred consultations that were face-to-face, by telephone, or a combination of the two.
RCT findings reveal intraoperative caffeine’s potential to reduce opioid consumption and improve recovery after surgery.
Novel 10 zHz spinal cord stimulation system in the treatment of refractory lumbosacral back pain in surgery naïve patients study results.