Psychopharmacology (TCAs, SSRIs, SNRIs) and Pain

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Psychopharmacology (TCAs, SSRIs, SNRIs) and Pain

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"This chapter focuses on these [psychopharmalogical] agents as they have been used in the comanagement of chronic pain and orofacial pain, in particular. The linkage between these drugs and their use in pain is beyond the fact that, frequently, pain patients have co-morbid depression as well as other psychosocial disorders that impact pain."

ISBN

978-0-8138-1559-6

Publication Date

3-2012

Publisher

Wiley

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New Jersey

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Mental Disorders | Other Chemicals and Drugs | Other Mental and Social Health | Other Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences | Other Psychiatry and Psychology | Pharmaceutical Preparations | Psychiatric and Mental Health | Psychological Phenomena and Processes

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In Glenn T. Clark and Raymond A. Dionne (Eds.), Orofacial Pain: A Guide to Medications and Management. Dr. Gutierrez's chapter begins on page 129.

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Psychopharmacology (TCAs, SSRIs, SNRIs) and Pain

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