rkeppels at worldaccess.nl wrote:
>> Dear Sir:
>> I'm sorry to disturbe You, but I have a urgent question about de next case.
>> One of my client have the next haelth problem:
> - Multiple Sclerose (since ± 20 years)
> - Chronic painsyndrome (75% of her body, left upperlimb painfree)
> - Resistent again Morphine and/or Opiumprep.
> - She has a Morphinepump (but no reaction).
> - Medication now: Rohypnol 2mg for night 2 tab.(daily)
> Promethazine pb 25mg 2 x 1 tab.(dayly)
> Haldol 1mg 2 x 2 tab.(in comb. with Burgodin, incident.)
> Burgodin 5mg. 2 x 1 tab.(incident.)
> Durogesic (fentanyl) Plaster transdermale 25µg/hour
> 1 for 3 days
> Betaferon (interferon beta-1b (schering a.g. germany)
> 1ml in twwo days.
> Painsydrome perhaps from a plaque in the centrale nerve systeme.
>> My question is "Who has experience or/and give me a answere about this
> health probleme of the painsydrome or can delivery more information"
>> Ronald Keppels
> hengeveldebrink 490
> 7544 VC ENSCHEDE
If pain is related to a deep brain plaque,it is probably deafferentation
pain. This type of pain is usually only controlled by deep brain or motor
cortex chronic stimulation. http://www.micronet.fr/~mondor