Pain Research and Treatment / 2014 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Clinical Characteristics, Patient-Reported Outcomes, and Previous Therapeutic Management of Patients with Uncontrolled Neuropathic Pain Referred to Pain Clinics

Table 3

Type of pain by clinical entity.

CharacteristicDiabetic neuropathy Other neuropathies Trigeminal neuralgia Other neuralgia Radiculopathy Nerve entrapment syndrome Plexopathy Complex regional pain syndrome Postsurgery/trauma Oncological pain Central neuropathic pain

Spontaneous pain, %
 Lancinating98.089.596.6100.060.191.281.087.590.990.490.0
 Burning100.090.095.792.687.097.182.796.989.992.590.0
 Paraesthesias100.095.086.282.696.897.190.993.793.390.290.5
 Dysaesthesias100.095.089.391.392.894.195.5100.095.594.485.0
Evoked pain, %
 Static allodynia95.890.091.588.368.773.554.593.684.882.080.0
 Dynamic allodynia91.795.086.278.369.670.654.5100.093.583.785.0
 Thermal allodynia70.860.085.268.252.061.845.578.165.971.575.0
 Mechanical hyperalgesia84.085.089.378.381.273.577.390.686.786.871.4
 Hyperpathia83.370.077.869.670.363.672.784.476.777.573.7

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