Short Tilte:Pain pathoetiology after TBI: Neural and non-neural mechanisms
Journal:Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation
Year, Volume, Issue, Page(s):04, 19, 1, 72-81
Article provides information on the prevalence, course, and implications of pain after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The neural pathways and mechanisms of pain and potential sources of pain after TBI are discussed. Diagnosis of pain usually falls into one of the following pathoetiologic classifications: primary or musculoskeletal, vascular, visceral, neural, and iatrogenic (resulting from medical treatments).