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Current evidence suggests that surgical technique has an important role in minimizing persistent pain after surgery, but that specific modifications, such as use of minimally invasive and muscle- or nerve-sparing techniques and lightweight mesh (for hernia repairs), are needed, not simply careful technique. Conduction blockade (paravertebral and epidural) is helpful for reducing persistent pain in the case of breast surgery and thora-cotomy. Postoperative adjuvant analgesia should be considered for patients in high-risk surgical groups.

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