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Successful treatment of restless legs syndrome with an implanted pump for intrathecal drug delivery

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Two patients with incapacitating symptoms from restless legs syndrome, not adequately responding to conventional treatment with dopaminergic drugs, were implanted with a pump device (Isomed®) for intrathecal delivery of morphine and bupivacaine. The treatment resulted in total resolution of all symptoms with few side effects.

Keywords: Restless legs syndrome; intrathecal; morphine

Document Type: Case Report


Affiliations: 1: Piteå Hospital and 2: Sunderby Hospital, Sweden

Publication date: January 1, 2002

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