Dysport in Post-Surgical Neuralgia

The study is designed to determine whether a currently licensed version of botulinum toxin (Dysport®) is effective for the treatment of pain that has developed and/or persisted for months or years around the scar of a previous surgical site, and whether this condition could be suitable for the testing of similar new medicines. The study will compare three different doses of Dysport® to see if there is benefit and/or a best dose for treating persistent post-surgery scar pain.

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