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Paper Chase #5 | Anticonvulsants in the Treatment of Low Back Pain
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BOTTOM LINE: There is moderate- to high-quality evidence that anticonvulsants are ineffective for treatment of low back pain or lumbar radicular pain. There is high-quality evidence that gabapentinoids have a higher risk for adverse events.