An 89-year-old has had a right below-the-knee amputation.  H…


An 89-yeаr-оld hаs hаd a right belоw-the-knee amputatiоn.  He is progressing well, but continues to complain of pain in the toes on his right foot.  The physician told him he is suffering from "phantom pain" in his amputated extremity. He asks the nurse to explain "phantom pain".  The most appropriate response would be: a. "Phantom pain does not exist except in your mind."b. "I can't answer that.  You'll have to ask the physician."c. "Phantom pain occurs because the nerve tracts that register pain in the amputated limb continue to send a message to the brain."d. "Phantom pain occurs when you start thinking about your loss.  It's best to keep your mind occupied with other things."

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