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Central Pain Syndrome After Juvenile Particular Cartilage Allograft Transplantation Effectively Treated with Ketamine
Session: MP-06b
Fri, Nov 16, 10:30 am-12:15 pm
Cibolo 3

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Central pain syndrome after juvenile particular cartilage allograft transplantation effectively treated with ketamine


Juvenile particular cartilage allograft transplantation is a rare procedure for the treatment of osteochondral talar lesions. Central pain syndrome (CPS) develops after CNS insult or after central sensitization of a peripheral nerve injury or an inflammatory process. We present a case of CPS after juvenile particular cartilage allograft transplantation that was treated with ketamine after failing multiple analgesics.

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