Pain Review

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Edition 02
Author Waldman, Steven
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Easy to read and easy to use,Pain Review, 2nd Edition provides you with the most up-to-date, comprehensive review of pain medicine available. Written bySteven Waldman, MD , a leading author in the specialty of pain medicine, this book gives you exactly what you need - aneasily understandable, targeted review of the essential basic science ; beautifully illustrated, full-color anatomic figures; and a comprehensive review of common and uncommon pain syndromes, as well ashow-to-do-it explanations of all of the pain management injection and nerve block techniques that every practitioner needs to know.Pain Review, 2nd Edition is an excellent tool for reviewing the specialty and for preparing for your pain medicine board review, recertification, or for the practice of pain medicine.

Table of Contents
Waldman: Pain Review, 2nd editionSECTION 1: ANATOMY 1. Overview of the Cranial Nerves2. The Olfactory Nerve Cranial Nerve I3. The Optic Nerve Cranial Nerve II4. The Oculomotor Nerve Cranial Nerve III5. The Trochlear Nerve Cranial Nerve IV6. The Trigeminal Nerve Cranial Nerve V7. The Abducens Nerve Cranial Nerve VI8. The Facial Nerve Cranial Nerve VII9. The Vestibulocochlear Nerve Cranial Nerve VIII10. The Glossopharyngeal Nerve Cranial Nerve IX11. The Vagus Nerve Cranial Nerve X12. The Spinal Accessory Nerve Cranial Nerve XI13. The Hypoglossal Nerve Cranial Nerve XII14. The Sphenopalatine Ganglion15. The Greater and Lesser Occipital Nerves16. The Temporomandibular Joint17. The Superficial Cervical Plexus18. The Deep Cervical Plexus19. The Stellate Ganglion20. The Cervical Verte
ae21. Functional Anatomy of the Cervical Interverte
al Disc22. The Cervical Dermatomes23. The Meninges24. The Cervical Epidural Space25. The Cervical Facet Joints26. The Third Occipital Nerve27. The Ligaments of the Cervical Spine28. Functional Anatomy of the Thoracic Verte
ae29. The Thoracic Dermatomes30. Functional Anatomy of the Lumbar Spine31. Functional Anatomy of the Lumbar Interverte
al Disc32. Functional Anatomy of the Sacrum33. The Brachial Plexus34. The Musculocutaneous Nerve35. The Ulnar Nerve36. The Median Nerve37. The Radial Nerve38. Functional Anatomy of the Shoulder Joint39. The Acromioclavicular Joint40. The Subdeltoid Bursa41. The Biceps Tendon42. Functional Anatomy of the Rotator Cuff43. The Supraspinatus Muscle44. The Infraspinatus Muscle45. The Subscapularis Muscle46. The Teres Minor Muscle47. The Subcoracoid Bursa48. Functional Anatomy of the Elbow Joint49. The Olecranon Bursa50. The Radial Nerve at the Elbow51. The Cubital Tunnel52. The Anterior Interosseous Nerve53. The Lateral Ante
achial Cutaneous Nerve54. Functional Anatomy of the Wrist55. The Carpal Tunnel56. The Ulnar Tunnel57. The Carpometacarpal Joint58. The Carpometacarpal Joints of the Fingers59. The Metocarpophalangeal Joints60. The Interphalangeal Joints61. The Intercostal Nerves62. The Thoracic Sympathetic Chain and Ganglia63. The Splanchnic Nerves64. The Celiac Plexus65. The Lumbar Sympathetic Nerves and Ganglia66. The Lumbar Plexus67. The Sciatic Nerve68. The Femoral Nerve69. The Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve70. The Ilioinguinal Nerve71. The Iliohypogastric Nerve72. The Genitofemoral Nerve73. The Obturator Nerve74. The Hypogastric Plexus and Nerves75. The Ganglion of Impar76. The Tibial Nerve77. The Common Peroneal Nerve78. Functional Anatomy of the Hip79. The Ischial Bursa80. The Gluteal Bursa81. The Trochanteric Bursa82. Functional Anatomy of the Sacroiliac Joint83. Functional Anatomy of the Knee84. The Suprapatellar Bursa85. The Prepatellar Bursa86. The Superficial Infrapatellar Bursa87. The Deep Infrapatellar Bursa88. The Pes Anserine Bursa89. The Iliotibial Band Bursa90. Functional Anatomy of the Ankle and Foot91. The Deltoid Ligament92. The Anterior Talofibular Ligament93. The Anterior Tarsal Tunnel94. The Posterior Tarsal Tunnel95. The Achilles Tendon96. The Achilles BursaSECTION 2: NEUROANATOMY 97. The Spinal Cord Gross Anatomy98. The Spinal Cord Gross-Sectional Anatomy99. Organization of the Spinal Cord100. The Spinal Nerves Organizational and Anatomic Considerations101. The Spinal Reflex Arc102. The Posterior Column Pathway103. The Spinothalamic Pathway104. The Spinocerebellar Pathway105. The Pyramidal System106. The Extrapyramidal System107. The Sympathetic Division of the Autonomic Nervous System108. The Parasympathetic Division of the Autonomic Nervous System109. The Relationship Between the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems110. Functional Anatomy of the Nociceptors111. Functional Anatomy of the Thermoreceptors112. Functional Anatomy of the Mechanoreceptors113. Functional Anatomy of the Chemoreceptors114. Functional Anatomy of the Dorsal Root Ganglia and Dorsal Horn115. The Gate Control Theory116. The Cere
um117. The Thalamus118. The Hypothalamus119. The Mesencephalon120. The Pons121. The Cerebellum122. The Medulla OblongataSECTION 3: PAINFUL CONDITIONS 123. Tension-Type Headache124. Migraine Headache125. Cluster Headache126. Pseudotumor Cere
i127. Analgesic Rebound Headache128. Trigeminal Neuralgia129. Temporal Arteritis130. Ocular Pain131. Otalgia132. Pain Involving the Nose, Sinuses, and Throat133. Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction134. Atypical Facial Pain135. Occipital Neuralgia136. Cervical Radiculopathy137. Cervical Strain138. Cervicothoracic Interspinous Bursitis139. Fi
omyalgia of the Cervical Musculature140. Cervical Facet Syndrome141. Intercostal Neuralgia142. Thoracic Radiculopathy143. Costosternal Syndrome144. Manu
iosternal Joint Syndrome145. Thoracic Verte
al Compression Fracture146. Lumbar Radiculopathy147. Sacroiliac Joint Pain148. Coccydynia149. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy of the Face150. Post-Dural Puncture Headache151. Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia152. Spasmodic Torticollis153. Brachial Plexopathy154. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome155. Pancoast's Tumor Syndrome156. Tennis Elbow157. Golfer's Elbow158. Radial Tunnel Syndrome159. Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow160. Anterior Interosseous Syndrome161. Olecranon Bursitis162. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome163. Cheiralgia Paresthetica164. de Quervain's Tenosynovitis165. Dupuytren's Contracture166. Diabetic Truncal Neuropathy167. Tietze's Syndrome168. Post-Thoracotomy Pain Syndrome169. Postmastectomy Pain170. Acute Herpes Zoster of the Thoracic Dermatomes171. Postherpetic Neuralgia172. Epidural Abscess173. Spondylolisthesis174. Ankylosing Spondylitis175. Acute Pancreatitis176. Chronic Pancreatitis177. Ilioinguinal Neuralgia178. Iliohypogastric Neuralgia179. Genitofemoral Neuralgia180. Meralgia Paresthetica181. Spinal Stenosis182. Arachnoiditis183. Orchialgia184. Vulvodynia185. Proctalgia Fugax186. Osteitis Pubis187. Piriformis Syndrome188. Arthritis Pain of the Hip189. Femoral Neuropathy190. Phantom Limb Pain191. Trochanteric Bursitis192. Arthritis Pain of the Knee193. Baker's Cyst of the Knee194. Bursitis Syndromes of the Knee195. Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome196. Posterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome197. Achilles Tendinitis198. Metatarsalgia199. Plantar Fasciitis200. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome201. Rheumatoid Arthritis202. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus203. Scleroderma Systemic Sclerosis204. Polymyositis205. Polymyalgia Rheumatica206. Central Pain States207. Conversion Disorder208. Munchausen Syndrome209. Thermal Injuries210. Electrical Injuries211. Cancer Pain212. Multiple Sclerosis213. Post-Polio Syndrome214. Guillain-Barre´ Syndrome215. Sickle Cell Disease216. Dependence, Tolerance, and Addiction217. Placebo and NoceboSECTION 4: DIAGNOSTIC TESTING 218. Radiography219. Nuclear Scintigraphy220. Computed Tomography221. Magnetic Resonance Imaging222. Discography223. Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Studies224. Evoked Potential Testing225. Pain Assessment Tools for Adults226. Pain Assessment Tools for Children and the ElderlySECTION 5: NERVE BLOCKS, THERAPEUTIC INJECTIONS, AND ADVANCED INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 227. Atlanto-occipital Block Technique228. Atlantoaxial Block229. Sphenopalatine Ganglion Block230. Greater and Lesser Occipital Nerve Block231. Gasserian Ganglion Block232. Trigeminal Nerve Block Coronoid Approach233. Supraorbital Nerve Block234. Supratrochlear Nerve Block235. Infraorbital Nerve Block236. Mental Nerve Block237. Temporomandibular Joint Injection238. Glossopharyngeal Nerve Block239. Vagus Nerve Block240. Spinal Accessory Nerve Block241. Phrenic Nerve Block242. Facial Nerve Block243. Superficial Cervical Plexus Block244. Deep Cervical Plexus Block245. Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Block246. Stellate Ganglion Block247. Radiofrequency Lesioning of the Stellate Ganglion248. Cervical Facet Block249. Radiofrequency Lesioning of the Cervical Medial Branch250. Cervical Epidural Block Translaminar Approach251. Cervical Selective Nerve Root Block252. Brachial Plexus Block253. Suprascapular Nerve Block254. Radial Nerve Block at the Elbow255. Median Nerve Block at the Elbow256. Ulnar Nerve Block at the Elbow257. Radial Nerve Block at the Wrist258. Median Nerve Block at the Wrist259. Ulnar Nerve Block at the Wrist260. Metacarpal and Digital Nerve Block261. Intravenous Regional Anesthesia262. Injection Technique for Intra-articular Injection of the Shoulder263. Injection Technique for Subdeltoid Bursitis Pain264. Injection Technique for Intra-articular Injection of the Elbow265. Injection Technique for Tennis Elbow266. Injection Technique for Golfer's Elbow267. Injection Technique for Olecranon Bursitis Pain268. Injection Technique for Cubital Bursitis Pain269. Technique for Intra-articular Injection of the Wrist Joint270. Technique for Intra-articular Injection of the Inferior Radioulnar Joint271. Injection Technique for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome272. Injection Technique for Ulnar Tunnel Syndrome273. Technique for Intra-articular Injection of the Carpometacarpal Joint of the Thumb274. Intra-articular Injection of the Carpometacarpal Joint of the Fingers275. Intra-articular Injection of the Metacarpophalangeal Joints276. Intra-articular Injection of the Interphalangeal Joints277. Thoracic Epidural Block278. Thoracic Paraverte
al Block279. Thoracic Facet Block280. Thoracic Sympathetic Block281. Intercostal Nerve Block282. Radiofrequency Lesioning Intercostal Nerves283. Interpleural Nerve Block284. Sternoclavicular Joint Injection285. Suprascapular Nerve Block286. Costosternal Joint Injection287. Anterior Cutaneous Nerve Block288. Injection Technique for Lumbar Myofascial Pain Syndrome289. Splanchnic Nerve Block290. Celiac Plexus Block291. Ilioinguinal Nerve Block292. Iliohypogastric Nerve Block293. Genitofemoral Nerve Block294. Lumbar Sympathetic Ganglion Block295. Radiofrequency Lesioning Lumbar Sympathetic Ganglion296. Lumbar Paraverte
al Block297. Lumbar Facet Block298. Lumbar Epidural Block299. Lumbar Subarachnoid Block300. Caudal Epidural Nerve Block301. Lysis of Epidural Adhesions: Racz Technique302. Sacral Nerve Block303. Hypogastric Plexus Block304. Ganglion of Walther (Impar) Block305. Pudendal Nerve Block306. Sacroiliac Joint Injection307. Intra-articular Injection of the Hip Joint308. Injection Technique for Ischial Bursitis309. Injection Technique for Gluteal Bursitis310. Injection Technique for Psoas Bursitis311. Injection Technique for Iliopectineal Bursitis312. Injection Technique for Trochanteric Bursitis313. Injection Technique for Meralgia Paresthetica314. Injection Technique for Piriformis Syndrome315. Lumbar Plexus Block316. Femoral Nerve Block317. Obturator Nerve Block318. Sciatic Nerve Block319. Tibial Nerve Block at the Knee320. Tibial Nerve Block at the Ankle321. Saphenous Nerve Block at the Knee322. Common Peroneal Nerve Block at the Knee323. Deep Peroneal Nerve Block at the Ankle324. Superficial Peroneal Nerve Block at the Ankle325. Sural Nerve Block at the Ankle326. Metatarsal and Digital Nerve Block at the Ankle327. Intra-articular Injection of the Knee328. Injection Technique for Suprapatellar Bursitis329. Prepatellar Bursitis330. Injection Technique for Superficial Infrapatellar Bursitis331. Injection Technique for Deep Infrapatellar Bursitis332. Intra-articular Injection of the Ankle Joint333. Intra-articular Injection of the Toe Joints334. Lumbar Subarachnoid Neurolytic Block335. Lumbar Discography336. Verte
oplasty337. Spinal Cord Stimulation338. Totally Implantable Infusion PumpsSECTION 6: PHYSICAL AND BEHAVIORAL MODALITIES 339. The Physiologic Effects of Therapeutic Heat340. Therapeutic Cold341. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation342. Acupuncture343. BiofeedbackSECTION 7: PHARMACOLOGY 344. Local Anesthetics345. Chemical Neurolytic Agents346. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs and the COX-2 Inhibitors347. Opioid Analgesics348. Antidepressants349. Anticonvulsants350. Skeletal Muscle RelaxantsSECTION 8: SPECIAL PATIENT POPULATIONS 351. The Parturient and Nursing Mother352. The Pediatric Patient with Headaches353. The Pediatric Patient with Pain354. Pain in the Older AdultSECTION 9: ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN PAIN MANAGEMENT 355. Informed Consent and Consent to Treatment356. Patient Confidentiality357. Prescribing Controlled Substances358. Prevention of Drug Diversion, Abuse, and DependenceReview Questions and Answers