Treatment of Primary Erythromelalgia with Cyclosporine (Sano et al. , 2003)
also be secondary to disorders such as myeloproliferative diseases. Although a wide variety of therapies have been tried, no effective treatment is yet available
The Invasive Management of Pain: Diagnosis and New Treatment Options(Rojals et al.,2023).
Both the diagnosis and treatment of pain are evolving, especially in interventional approaches. Diagnosis of low back pain combines old and new methodologies, in particular, it involves an expanded role for ultrasound. While low back pain is a common complaint, there are many etiologies to the condition which must be explored before a final diagnosis can be made and treatment planned. Tumors and infections are rarely involved in low back pain but should be ruled out in the initial phase itself since failing to address them early can have devastating consequences. Some invasive treatments seem promising in the management of low back pain.