Vol 12, No 6S3 (2018)

June-SUPPL 3

Table of Contents

Supplement-Introduction

Management of chronic urologic pain: When the traditional model fails, ask your friends for help
J. Curtis Nickel
S145

Supplement-Review

Mechanisms of chronic urologic pain
Christopher Wu, Keith Jarvi
S147-8
Evaluation of the female with chronic urologic pain
Lesley K. Carr
S149-51
Evaluation of the male with chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome
R. Christopher Doiron, J. Curtis Nickel
S152-4
Medical management of chronic pain
Philip Peng
S155-6
Management of interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome
Ashley Cox
S157-60
Management of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome
R. Christopher Doiron, J. Curtis Nickel
S161-3
Management of chronic scrotal content pain
Christopher Wu, Keith Jarvi
S164-6
Chronic renal pain: An approach to investigation and management
Malcolm J. Dewar, Joseph L. Chin
S167-70
Nelly Faghani
S171-4
Managing psychosocial correlates of urologic chronic pelvic pain syndromes: Advice from a urology pain psychologist
Dean A. Tripp
S175-7
Essential steps in managing complicated urologic chronic pain patients: A nursing perspective
Kerri-Lynn Kelly
S178-80
Medical marijuana for urologic chronic pelvic pain
J. Curtis Nickel
S181-3
Neuromodulation for chronic urologic pain
Dean Elterman
S184-5
Injection therapy for urologic chronic pelvic pain: Lessons learned
J. Curtis Nickel
S186-8

Supplement-Conclusion

Chronic urologic pain: Putting it all together
J. Curtis Nickel
S189-90