Assessment of the clinical relevance of quantitative sensory testing with Von Frey monofilaments in patients with allodynia and neuropathic pain. A pilot study

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Keizer, D. ; van Wijhe, M. ; Post, W.J. ; Uges, D.R.A. ; Wierda, J.M.K.H. (2007)
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    mesheuropmc: nervous system diseases | psychological phenomena and processes

Background: Allodynia is a common and disabling symptom in many patients with neuropathic pain. Whereas quantification of pain mostly depends on subjective pain reports, allodynia can also be measured objectively with quantitative sensory testing. In this pilot study, w... View more
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