August 2017 - Volume 92 - Issue 8

  • David P. Sklar, MD
    University of New Mexico
    School of Medicine
  • 1040-2446
  • 1938-808X
  • 12 issues per year
  • 1/41 in Education, Scientific Disciplines; 3/90 in Health Care Sciences & Services
  • 5.255
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Pharmacoeconomics of genotyping-based treatment decisions in patients with chronic pain.

08/10/2017 by Morlock, Robert; Braunstein, Glenn D.

Introduction: Genotyping-based treatment decisions may optimize treatment response and minimize adverse drug events (ADEs) in patients with chronic pain. Objec...

Mice with cancer-induced bone pain show a marked decline in day/night activity.

08/10/2017 by Majuta, Lisa A.; Guedon, Jean-Marc G.; Mitchell, Stefanie A.T.; Kuskowski, Michael A.; Mantyh, Patrick W.

Introduction: Cancer-induced bone pain (CIBP) is the most common type of pain with cancer. In humans, this pain can be difficult to control and highly disabling...

Gray matter alteration associated with pain catastrophizing in patients 6 months after lumbar disk surgery: a voxel-based morphometry study.

08/10/2017 by Chehadi, Omar; Suchan, Boris; Konietzny, Kerstin; Köster, Odo; Schmidt-Wilcke, Tobias; Hasenbring, Monika I.

Introduction: Pain catastrophizing (PC), the increased attention to harmful aspects of pain (magnification), and the belief of low controllability (helplessness...

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