Lumbar/Pelvic Somatic & Sympathetic Nerve Block
Acute and Chronic Pain Applications
Visceral, vascular, and neuropathic pain can all be treated with sympathetic blocks.
"The Use of L2 and L3 Lumbar Sympathetic Blockade for Cancer-Related Pain, an Experience and Recommendation in the Oncologic Population"
"Lumbar Sympathetic Plexus Block as a Treatment for Postamputation Pain: Methodology for a Randomized Controlled Trial"
"Spinal afferent nerve endings in visceral organs: recent advances"
"A visceral pain pathway in the dorsal column of the spinal cord"
"Lumbar Sympathetic Neurolysis: How to and When to Use?"
"Review of Sympathetic Blocks: Anatomy, Sonoanatomy, Evidence, and Techniques"
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