Nerve Pain Surgery Special Issue
With a rapid expansion of ideas, techniques, and products available for surgical treatments of nerve pain problems, it is data, rigorous investigation, and honest reporting that are critical to ensuring high-quality care. In this special issue we take a broad approach, delving into various aspects of how surgeons manage nerve pain, focusing on harder-to-tell and less-often discussed pieces of this growing puzzle.
Changes in Patient-Reported Pain Interference After Surgical Treatment of Painful Lower Extremity NeuromasPainful neuromas commonly cause neuropathic pain, in up to 1 in 20 cases of traumatic or iatrogenic nerve injury. Despite the multiple surgical treatment types that reduce pain, no type has been universally accepted.