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A comparative study of efficacy and safety of gabapentin versus amitriptyline as coanalgesics in patients receiving opioid analgesics for neuropathic pain in malignancy

Banerjee Manasi, Pal Santanu, Bhattacharya Biswamit, Ghosh Balaram, Mondal Shirsendu, Basu Joydeep

Year : 2013| Volume: 45| Issue : 4 | Page no: 334-338

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