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Pain and Parkinson's disease: current mechanism and management updates.

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The aim of this comprehensive review was to provide an overview of pain in Parkinson's disease (PD) by identifying different clinical features and potential mechanisms, and presenting some data on the evaluation and management of pain in PD. PD is a multifocal degenerative and progressive disease, which could affect the pain process at multiple levels. Pain in PD has a multifactorial aetiology, with a dynamic process based on pain intensity, complexity of symptoms, pain pathophysiology and presence of comorbidities. In fact, pain in PD responds to the concept of multimorphic pain, which can evolve, in relation to the different factors, whether they are linked to disease and its management. Understanding the underlying mechanisms will help in guiding of treatment choices. Providing scientific support useful for clinicians and health professionals involved in management of PD, the aim of this review was to bringing practical suggestions and clinical perspectives on the development of a multimodal approach guided by a multidisciplinary clinical intervention through a combination of pharmacological and rehabilitative approaches, to manage pain to improve the quality of life on individuals with PD.
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hal-04622039 , version 1 (24-06-2024)

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Frederic J. F. Viseux, Arnaud Delval, Martin Simoneau, Luc Defebvre. Pain and Parkinson's disease: current mechanism and management updates.. European Journal of Pain, 2023, European Journal of Pain, 27, pp.553-567. ⟨10.1002/ejp.2096⟩. ⟨hal-04622039⟩
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