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Management of chronic malignant pain – an updated review
SBV Journal of Basic, Clinical and Applied Health Science
Cancer Pain is a multi-dimensional pain experience which involves diverse neurophysiological changes and is associated with significant cognitive, emotional and sociocultural problems. Globally, the incidence is very high and usually it is undertreated. Lack of knowledge about managing malignant pain is an important cause of undertreatment. All types of pain are possible with malignancies. Assessment of pain characteristics is vital for proper management. The WHO step ladder pattern is thedoi:10.5005/jp-journals-10082-02102 fatcat:f7fzs2vgrbg63bm4syzg6bdeiu