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The Effects of Lamotrigine on Pain, Sleep, and Mood in Refractory Form of Central Post-Stroke Pain Syndrome Original Article
J Med Sci
Central post-stroke pain (CPSP) is a distressing pain syndrome, sometimes become refractory to the conventional pain managements. Anticonvulsants have been used to alleviate different central pains. Lamotrigine is a novel anti-convulsant and its proper dosage and its efficacy have not been well studied yet. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of 100 mg lamotrigine on refractory form of CPSP. Methods: The medical files of 17 patients with CPSP who had not responded to the otherfatcat:lc7lvr64dnbwri6qtyuaszv6km