NEUROPATHIC AND DYSFUNCTIONAL PAIN AT RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Abstract


The aim of this study was the evaluation of the neuropathic component influence on the pain intensity, formation of anxiety, depression and pain catastrophization in patients with RA. It was found that the presence of neuropathic pain in RA was associated with higher indexes of depression, anxiety, pain catastrophization level. Furthermore, neuropathic pain in RA led to more frequent occurrence of personal anxiety in more severe form and increased the pain catastrophization level. It turned out to be the aggravating influence of neuropathic pain on the level of psychological comfort and the formation of maladaptive pain settings in RA patients.

About the authors

Elena V Muslimova

Kazan State Medical University

Email: el.muslimova@gmail.com
420012, Каzan, Butlerov str., 49
Department of Hospital Therapy with the course of Endocrinology

Svetlana P Yakupova

Kazan State Medical University

420012, Каzan, Butlerov str., 49
Department of Hospital Therapy with the course of Endocrinology

Eduard Z Yakupov

Kazan State Medical University

420012, Каzan, Butlerov str., 49
Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics

Tatyana G Sakovets

Kazan State Medical University

420012, Каzan, Butlerov str., 49
Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation

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