Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome (PBTPS) is a complex constellation of symptoms. PBTPS can be defined as persistent neuropathic pain, and is often associated with symptoms of numbness, dysesthesia, edema, and allodynia located in the chest wall, axilla, arm, or shoulder of the surgical side.
Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome (PBTPS) depends on the characteristics, duration and location of pain. It is defined as typical neuropathic pain and associated symptoms numbness, dysesthesia, edema, allodynia located in the chest wall, axilla, arm, or shoulder of the surgical side, and persists beyond the typical 3 month healing period. It includes many of the symptoms associated with post.
Aug 12, · Postmastectomy pain syndrome can be managed. Work with your doctor to find the pain control therapies that work best for you. It may also help to Author: Ann Pietrangelo.
After having breast cancer surgery, some women have problems with nerve (neuropathic) pain in the chest wall, armpit, and/or arm that doesn’t go away over time. This is called post-mastectomy pain syndrome (PMPS) because it was first noticed in women who had Last Revised: January 3,