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Salzmann's nodular degeneration of cornea associated with thyroid eye disease.

Salzmann's nodular degeneration (SND) typically occurs in patients who are female, 50-60 years old, and have a history of corneal inflammation and irritation. Multiple case reports have documented associations between SND and trachoma, viral infections, trauma, contact lens wear, corneal surgeries and corneal exposure. The authors describe a patient with bilateral SND confirmed by anterior segment optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging in the context of thyroid eye disease (TED) and history of LASIK. T...

The efficacy of curcumin in managing acute inflammation pain on the post-surgical removal of impacted third molars patients: A randomized controlled trial.

Curcumin is a turmeric contained active ingredient that has been proven to be effective in treating pain and inflammation due to its analgesic as well as anti-inflammation potential. Odontectomy, on the other hand, has been well known for its post-procedure acute inflammation pain.

Clinical Pain-Related Outcomes and Inflammatory Cytokine Response to Pain Following Insomnia Improvement in Adults With Knee Osteoarthritis.

Clinical insomnia is known to affect pain, but mechanisms are unclear. Insomnia can dysregulate inflammatory pathways, and inflammation plays a mediating role in pain. It is unclear whether insomnia-related alterations in inflammation can be modified with insomnia improvement, and if such alterations parallel improvement in pain. The current study objective was to provide proof of concept for the role of insomnia in inflammation and pain by testing whether improving insomnia would reduce pain and related ph...

The IASP classification of chronic pain for ICD-11: chronic secondary visceral pain.

Chronic visceral pain is a frequent and disabling condition. Despite high prevalence and impact, chronic visceral pain is not represented in ICD-10 in a systematic manner. Chronic secondary visceral pain is chronic pain secondary to an underlying condition originating from internal organs of the head or neck region or of the thoracic, abdominal, or pelvic regions. It can be caused by persistent inflammation, by vascular mechanisms or by mechanical factors. The pain intensity is not necessarily fully correla...

Comparison of frequency of post-obturation pain of single versus multiple visit root canal treatment of necrotic teeth with infected root canals. A Randomized Controlled Trial.

To determine the pain of single versus multiple visit endodontic treatment after obturation in teeth with necrotic pulps and infected canals.

Discrete trajectories of resolving and persistent pain in people with rheumatoid arthritis despite undergoing treatment for inflammation: Results from three UK cohorts.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an example of human chronic inflammatory pain. Modern treatments suppress inflammation, yet pain remains a major problem for many people with RA. We hypothesised that discrete RA subgroups might display favourable or unfavourable pain trajectories when receiving treatment, and that baseline characteristics will predict trajectory allocation. Growth Mixture Modelling was used to identify discrete trajectories of SF36-Bodily Pain scores during 3 years in 3 RA cohorts (Early RA Net...

'Pain Behavior': What My Pain Treatment Got Wrong.

A haunting experience with untreated pain leads one researcher to demand better education about and treatment for pain.

Multicenter randomized phase 3 study of a sustained-release intracanalicular dexamethasone insert for treatment of ocular inflammation and pain after cataract surgery.

To assess the efficacy and safety of a sustained-release intracanalicular dexamethasone insert for the treatment of postoperative ocular inflammation and pain in patients having cataract surgery.

Lionfish Venom Elicits Pain Predominantly Through the Activation of Non-Peptidergic Nociceptors.

The lionfish (Pterois volitans) is a venomous invasive species found in the Caribbean and Northwestern Atlantic. It poses a growing health problem due to the increase in frequency of painful stings, for which no treatment or antidote exists, and the long-term disability caused by the pain. Understanding the venom's algogenic properties can help identifying better treatment for these envenomations. In this study, we provide the first characterization of the pain and inflammation caused by lionfish venom and ...

Topical Antibacterial Agent for Treatment of Adult and Pediatric Patients With Impetigo: Pooled Analysis of Phase 3 Clinical Trials.

Ozenoxacin is a novel topical antibacterial agent with potent bactericidal activity against Gram-positive bacteria that has been developed as a 1% cream for treatment of impetigo. This article presents pooled results of pivotal clinical trials of ozenoxacin with the objective of evaluating the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of ozenoxacin 1% cream after twice-daily topical treatment for 5 days in patients with impetigo. A pooled analysis was performed of individual patient data from two multicenter, rand...

Cucurbitacin E ameliorates acute graft-versus-host disease by modulating Th17 cell subsets and inhibiting STAT3 activation.

Cucurbitacin E (CuE) is a biochemical compound found in plants that are members of the family CuE has been studied for its roles in anti-inflammation and the inhibition of angiogenesis as well as for its properties as an antioxidant. CuE is a new agent that was identified as a selective inhibitor of the signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 (STAT3)-related pathway. STAT3, a pivotal transcription factor for Th17 differentiation, is critical for T cell alloactivation in acute graft-versus-host di...

General versus pain-specific cognitions: Pain catastrophizing but not optimism influences conditioned pain modulation.

Previous studies found evidence that dispositional optimism is related to lower pain sensitivity. Recent findings suggest that temporarily increasing optimism by means of imagining a positive future may also have pain-alleviating effects.

A randomized controlled trial comparing the efficacy of topical antibiotic steroid combination versus no treatment after fornix-incision strabismus surgery.

To compare comfort and inflammation in patients treated with postoperative topical antibiotic steroids in one eye versus no treatment in the other eye.

The role of sleep quality and fatigue on the benefits of an interdisciplinary treatment for adults with chronic pain.

Interdisciplinary chronic pain treatment is effective for reducing pain intensity and pain-related disability, and improving psychological function. However, the mechanisms that underlie these treatment-related benefits are not yet well-understood. Sleep problems and fatigue are modifiable factors often comorbid with chronic pain. The goal of this study was to evaluate the role that changes in sleep quality and fatigue might have on the benefits of an interdisciplinary chronic pain treatment.

Efficacy and Safety of Loteprednol 0.5% and Fluorometholone 0.1% After Strabismus Surgery in Children.

To compare the effects of topical loteprednol and fluorometholone in children who underwent strabismus surgery.

Treatment-Refractory Pain.

Pain therapy concepts should be based on a biopsychosocial model. A prerequisite for adequate pain therapy is the detailed medical history. The questions about the intensity of pain and especially about the quality of pain are crucial for the selection of drug therapy. In addition to the questioning, targeted physical examination is essential. This should be repeated in case of therapy-refractory pain in the course. The transfer of clinically relevant knowledge about the emergence and the development of pai...

Pharmacological Basis of Pain Treatment.

Many chronic diseases or their consequences are associated with pain. Furthermore, the pain itself can become the disease. Pharmaceuticals are an important component in the treatment of pain. This article presents different analgesic drugs, their mode of action, indications, dosage and adverse drug reactions.

Celecoxib versus ketorolac following robotic hysterectomy for the management of postoperative pain: An open-label randomized control trial.

Compare postoperative pain scores following hysterectomy in patients receiving perioperative celecoxib versus postoperative ketorolac as part of a multimodal pain regimen.

Roles of inflammation, neurogenic inflammation, and neuroinflammation in pain.

Inflammation is the body's response to injury and infection, involving a complex biological response of the somatosensory, immune, autonomic, and vascular systems. Inflammatory mediators such as prostaglandin, proinflammatory cytokines, and chemokines induce pain via direct activation of nociceptors, the primary sensory neurons that detect noxious stimuli. Neurogenic inflammation is triggered by nerve activation and results in neuropeptide release and rapid plasma extravasation and edema, contributing to pa...

Spinal PKCα inhibition and gene-silencing for pain relief: AMPAR trafficking at the synapses between primary afferents and sensory interneurons.

Upregulation of Ca-permeable AMPA receptors (CP-AMPARs) in dorsal horn (DH) neurons has been causally linked to persistent inflammatory pain. This upregulation, demonstrated for both synaptic and extrasynaptic AMPARs, depends on the protein kinase C alpha (PKCα) activation; hence, spinal PKC inhibition has alleviated peripheral nociceptive hypersensitivity. However, whether targeting the spinal PKCα would alleviate both pain development and maintenance has not been explored yet (essential to pharmacologi...

The IASP classification of chronic pain for ICD-11: chronic cancer-related pain.

Worldwide, the prevalence of cancer is rising and so too is the number of patients who survive their cancer for many years thanks to the therapeutic successes of modern oncology. One of the most frequent and disabling symptoms of cancer is pain. In addition to the pain caused by the cancer, cancer treatment may also lead to chronic pain. Despite its importance, chronic cancer-related pain is not represented in the current International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10). This article describes the new clas...

Pulsed Radiofrequency Versus Continuous Radiofrequency for Facet Joint Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review.

Compare pulsed radiofrequency treatment (PRF) with continuous radiofrequency treatment (CRF) to improve pain, functionality, and safety profile in patients with facet joint CLBP.

Pre-treatment with meloxicam prevents the spinal inflammation and oxidative stress in DRG neurons that accompany painful cervical radiculopathy.

Painful neuropathic injuries are accompanied by robust inflammatory and oxidative stress responses that contribute to the development and maintenance of pain. After neural trauma the inflammatory enzyme cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) increases concurrent with pain onset. Although pre-treatment with the COX-2 inhibitor, meloxicam, before a painful nerve root compression prevents the development of pain, the pathophysiological mechanisms are unknown. This study evaluated if pre-treatment with meloxicam prior to pai...

Spinal cord stimulation modulates descending pain inhibition and temporal summation of pricking pain in patients with neuropathic pain.

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is an established treatment option for patients with refractory chronic pain conditions. While effects of SCS on dorsal horn neuronal circuitries are intensively studied, current knowledge on the impact of SCS on descending pain pathways is scarce and relies on preclinical data. We aimed to address this topic and hypothesized a significant effect of SCS on descending pain modulation. In light of current efforts to determine the sensitivity of "static" versus "dynamic" somatosen...

The association between multiple sclerosis and pain medications.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients are at greater risk of pain than people without the disease, however the occurrence and characteristics of pain among these patients are incompletely described. We aimed to assess characteristics of pain amongst MS patients using MS patients who were recruited to participate in three studies in Sweden (n=3,877), and were matched with individuals without MS (n=4,548) by sex, year of birth, and region of residence. The Prescribed Drugs Register identified prescribed pain medic...

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