Common Pain Syndromes in HIV Patients: An Emphasis on Neuropathic Pain

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Part of the series: Caring for the HIV-Infected Inmate: A CME-Accredited Resource for Prescribing Clinicians This monograph is designed to provide physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners with the most up-to-date HIV clinical information to assist in the treatment and care of HIV-infected incarcerated patients. This module is accredited for CME credit until June 30, 2010. There is no fee for education credit. Learning objectives for this module: After reading this monograph, the correctional prescribing clinician should be able to: 1) Discuss how to diagnose pain syndromes. 2) Describe the physical exam process in regards to the musculoskeletal system. 3) Discuss medications and treatments for chronic pain syndromes such as HIV.

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