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      Dolor Bucal Presidente, Dimenciónes Afectiva y Cognocitiva Translated title: Persistent Orofacial Pain. Afective and Cognitive Dimension

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          The short-form McGill Pain Questionnaire.

          A short form of the McGill Pain Questionnaire (SF-MPQ) has been developed. The main component of the SF-MPQ consists of 15 descriptors (11 sensory; 4 affective) which are rated on an intensity scale as 0 = none, 1 = mild, 2 = moderate or 3 = severe. Three pain scores are derived from the sum of the intensity rank values of the words chosen for sensory, affective and total descriptors. The SF-MPQ also includes the Present Pain Intensity (PPI) index of the standard MPQ and a visual analogue scale (VAS). The SF-MPQ scores obtained from patients in post-surgical and obstetrical wards and physiotherapy and dental departments were compared to the scores obtained with the standard MPQ. The correlations were consistently high and significant. The SF-MPQ was also shown to be sufficiently sensitive to demonstrate differences due to treatment at statistical levels comparable to those obtained with the standard form. The SF-MPQ shows promise as a useful tool in situations in which the standard MPQ takes too long to administer, yet qualitative information is desired and the PPI and VAS are inadequate.
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              The treatment of depression in chronic low back pain: review and recommendations.

              The prevalence of major depression in patients with chronic low back pain (CLBP) is approximately three to four times greater than that reported in the general population. In spite of these high prevalence rates, there have been few systematic attempts to investigate the efficacy of treatment for major depression in patients with CLBP. While several studies have examined the efficacy of antidepressant medication and psychological treatment in patients with chronic pain, most of these studies have focused on treating chronic pain rather than depression. The few studies that have specifically addressed the treatment of depression in CLBP indicate that tricyclic antidepressants and cognitive-behavioral approaches may be effective means of treating depressed chronic pain patients. Clinical issues related to diagnostic confounds, rehabilitation outcome, and conceptualizations of the relation between pain and depression are discussed. It is argued that, in patients with clinical levels of depression, treatment modalities specifically targeting depressive symptomatology deserve serious consideration as an integral component of pain management programs.
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                Acta Odontológica Venezolana
                Acta odontol. venez
                Facultad de Odontología -UCV (Caracas )
                0001-6365
                December 1999
                : 37
                : 3
                : 22-25
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                [1 ] UCV
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                S0001-63651999000300005
                9c51357d-0f48-4297-a766-f31cbd4aa667

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                DENTISTRY, ORAL SURGERY & MEDICINE

                Dentistry
                Persistant pain,afective dimention,cognitive dimention,Dolor persistente,dimensión afectiva,dimensión cognoscitiva

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