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Experience with Spinal Cord Stimulation for Treating Intractable Penile Pain after Partial Neurectomy of the Dorsal Penile Nerve

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음부배부신경절제술 후 발생한 만성 음경부 신경병증성 통증 환자에서의 척수신경자극술의 치료 효과 경험
Authors
김, 나현; 한, 경림; 박, 경언; 김, 난설; 김, 찬; 김, 세영
Citation
The Korean journal of pain, 22(1):107-111, 2009
Journal Title
The Korean journal of pain
ISSN
2005-91592093-0569
Abstract
Neuroablation should be performed cautiously because neuropathic pain can occur following denervation of a somatic nerve. A 34-year-old man presented with severe penile pain and allodynia following a selective neurectomy of the sensory nerve that innervated the glans penis for treatment of his premature ejaculation. He was treated with various nerve blocks, including continuous epidural infusion, lumbar sympathetic block and sacral selective transforaminal epidural blocks, as well as intravenous ketamine therapy. However, all of the treatments had little effect on the relief of his pain. We performed spinal cord stimulation as the next therapy. After this therapy, the patient has currently been satisfied for 3 months.
Keywords
intractable neuropathic painspinal cord stimulation
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine
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한, 경림김, 찬
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