Internal medici0ne physicians sometimes find it difficult to handle postsurgical pain in patients with hemophilia. Pain mainly comes from two sources: painful stimuli of the surgical wound, and postural phenomena resulting from the deformities or arthropathies present.
KeywordsKnee Flexion Knee Replacement Surgical Wound Continuous Passive Movement Postsurgical Pain
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