AMA CPT® Assistant - 1998 Issue 6 (June)

Pain Management: Spinal Cord Stimulation (June 1998)

June 1998 pages 1-5 Pain Management: Spinal Cord Stimulation Do the terms "intricate network," "specialized conductor," "interlocking receptors/transmitters," "communications monitoring," "nerve center," or "dynamic control system" conjure images of high-tech electronic equipment, an action-packed drama, or an undercover survival team? Actually, these terms are used to describe the body's "living computer;" namely, the nervous system, comprised of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems. These fragile structures, threadlike fibers and microscopic cell bodies are the neurochemical and electrochemical receptors and transmitters that work to control and regulate every mental and physical...

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