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Superficial infiltration was found to be effective in the short term (first four hours), primarily reducing rest pain, whereas TAP block was effective against both rest and movement pain for a longer duration, suggesting analgesia from skin and subcutaneous tissues and deeper structures such as muscle and abdominal fascia (12).
Movement pain (VAS), however, improved significantly in the US group in both the 3rd week and 5th week compared to baseline; however, in the placebo group, while there was a significant decrease in the 3rd week, there was a significant increase in the 5th week (p 0.
Movement pain was associated with results of suprathreshold pain testing on the forearm (but not the lower back), state anxiety, expected pain, and the duration of surgery.

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