Monday, November 5, 2007

Chronic Abdominal and Visceral Pain: Theory and Practice

Standing alone as the first definitive and comprehensive book on the subject, this guide describes the most recent studies on the brain-gut connection and psychosocial issues related to patients experiencing visceral pain. Bringing together leading experts from the top-tiers of the science, this source provides 33 engaging chapters and spans basic concepts in pharmacology, neurobiology, physiology, and psychology to provide a practical approach to the treatment of chronic pain.

Book details:
Author: Pankaj Jay Pasricha,William D. Willis,GF Gebhart

Publisher:Informa Healthcare; 1 edition (November 2, 2006)


6,075 MB


Related books:
Chronic Pain and Family: A Clinical Perspective
Pain Medicine and Management: Just the Facts
Core topics in pain

Bonica's Management of Pain

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