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Brainstem auditory and visual evoked potential studies in patients with chronic cervical pain

Jimenez AC; Gusmorino P; Pinter I; Snow B
Brainstem auditory evoked potential (BAEP) and visual evoked potential (VEP) studies were undertaken in 8 patients with chronic cervical pain associated with auditory and visual symptoms of more than 6 months duration. The purpose of the study was to ascertain possible central abnormalities, including posterior cervical sympathetic syndrome (Barre-Lieou syndrome), in their auditory and/or visual pathways. Patients who had been treated surgically for cervical pain were excluded from the study group. All patients had normal cervical radiographs and electromyographic findings. Six also had normal CT scans and myelograms. A criterion of the study was that abnormal results would be considered significant only if ophthalmological and/or otolaryngological work-ups failed to reveal an underlying organic abnormality. The TECA-TE 42 was used throughout the study, as well as the international Ten-Twenty System of Electrode Placement. The results showed no abnormalities in the latency, amplitude, or waveform morphology of the evoked potentials. BAEP and VEP studies do not appear to reveal central abnormalities of the auditory and visual pathways in this group of patients. However, in view of the small number of patients included in the study, no conclusions can be made with certainty and the study is continuing
PMID: 2854485
ISSN: 0883-9344
CID: 20293

Multidisciplinary treatment of physical and psychosocial disabilities in chronic pain patients: a follow-up report

Snow BR; Gusmorino P; Pinter I; Jimenez A; Rosenblum A
This report reviews the results of the first 2 1/2 years of a comprehensive multidisciplinary inpatient-outpatient treatment program for patients with chronic pain. Functional data indicate a 33 1/3% rate of return to work or involvement in work training programs, while self-report data indicate a 50% improvement rate. Future directions for research are suggested
PMID: 2840148
ISSN: 0883-9344
CID: 61878

SEXUAL COUNSELING IN THE CHRONIC PAIN PATIENT - A REHABILITATIVE APPROACH [Meeting Abstract]

JIMENEZ, AC; DUTKOWSKI, CJ; GUSMORINO, P; PINTER, I; SNOW, B
ISI:A1987K102200423
ISSN: 0003-9993
CID: 737612

QUALITY-OF-LIFE OF CHRONIC PAIN PATIENTS [Meeting Abstract]

JIMENEZ, AC; MOHR, G; GUSMORINO, P; PINTER, I; SNOW, B
ISI:A1987K102200202
ISSN: 0003-9993
CID: 737602

The use of clonidine for the treatment of meperidine withdrawal in a multidisciplinary pain program setting. A case presentation [Case Report]

Jimenez AC; Gusmorino P; Pinter I; Snow B
The management of iatrogenic drug dependence in individuals with pain can be more difficult than the treatment of the pain itself. In addition to a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of a patient with chronic pain, there is a need for a rapid, safe, and effective method of detoxification from opiate use. Clonidine HCl, a nonopiate, has been found, in this case presentation, to be a valuable option
PMID: 3038230
ISSN: 0883-9344
CID: 20294

Work environment and the well-being of clerical and VDT workers

Stellman JM; Klitzman S; Gordon GC; Snow BR
ORIGINAL:0005498
ISSN: 0142-2774
CID: 61892

Comparison of well-being among non-machine interactive clerical workers and full-time and part-time VDT users and typists

Chapter by: Stellman JM; Klitzman S; Gordon G; Snow BR
in: Work with display units 86 by Knave B; Wideback PG [Eds]
Amsterdam : Elsevier Science, 1987
pp. 605-613
ISBN: 0444701710
CID: 3852

DAILY PAIN AND MOOD RATINGS OF INPATIENTS OF A CHRONIC PAIN TREATMENT PROGRAM USING VISUAL ANALOG SCALES [Meeting Abstract]

GERBER, DJ; JIMENEZ, AC; SNOW, B; PINTER, I
ISI:A1986E138000032
ISSN: 0003-9993
CID: 737622

Occupational safety and health hazards and the psychosocial well being of workers

Chapter by: Stellman JM; Snow BR
in: Health and industry : a behavioral medicine perspective by Cataldo MF; Coates TJ [Eds]
New York : Wiley, 1986
pp. 270-284
ISBN: 0471809217
CID: 3850

Behavioral medicine in industry: a labor perspective

Chapter by: Snow BR; LeGrande D; Berek J; McMahon J; Wilford R; Stellman JM
in: Health and industry : a behavioral medicine perspective by Cataldo MF; Coates TJ [Eds]
New York : Wiley, 1986
pp. 420-436
ISBN: 0471809217
CID: 3849