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 Nerve Blocks of Cancer Pain in Palliative Care 
 Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care (한국호스피스완화의료학회지), Vol.12(2) : 56-60, 2009 
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 Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care (한국호스피스완화의료학회지) 
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Nerve block ; Celiac plexsus block ; Cancer pain
More than 80% of cancer-related pain is pharmacologically controllable, whereas 10~20% of patients require interventional treatments. Neurolytic nerve block can play a major role in cancer pain treatment, and it has been proposed to prevent the development of pain and improve the quality of life of patients with cancer. If the pain is well localized and restricted to certain peripheral parts of the body, spinal peripheral or sympathetic nerve blocks may result in excellent therapeutic effects. Neurolytic sympathetic block, especially Celiac plexsus block (CPB) performed in earlier stages, is effective with successful long term results. However, selection of patients is critical for succeful outcomes. Neurolytic plexus block significantly improves the quality of life of patients and reduces abdominal and pelvic cancer pain, analgesic consumption and adverse opioids-related side effects. Interventional pain management should be considered at earlier stages to provide patients with the best quality of life possible
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Yoon, Duck Mi(윤덕미)
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