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    • Auricular transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) reduces phantom limb pain 

      Katz, Joel; Melzack, Ronald (Elsevier, 1991)
      The present paper evaluates the efficacy of low frequency, high intensity auricular transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for the relief of phantom limb pain. Auricular TENS was compared with a no-stimulation ...
    • Referred sensations in chronic pain patients 

      Katz, Joel; Melzack, Ronald (Elsevier, 1986)
      This clinical note describes an unusual phenomenon of referred sensation reported in a sample of 98 chronic pain patients during electrical stimulation. Thirty-nine percent reported a variety of sensations referred to ...

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