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Purpose of review Central neuropathic pain is an important and disabling but often neglected problem following central nervous system lesions. The present review highlights recent advances in the understanding of the underlying mechanisms and in the diagnosis and treatment of central pain. Recent findings Within the past year, the field of central pain has moved toward a more integrative understanding of central pain. The involvement of nonneuronal cells and interaction between multiple areasdoi:10.1097/aco.0b013e32830a4c11 pmid:18784483 fatcat:sgv4wquuijgflbtgyivzhytqre