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Pain Collection

Creator:   Anesthesiology
Created:   9/14/2009
Contains:  10 items
The Pain Collection consists of 10 appropriate and impactful articles published within the last 24 issues.

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Axotomy Depletes Intracellular Calcium Stores in Primary Sensory Neurons

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Intravenous Infusion Tests Have Limited Utility for Selecting Long-term Drug Therapy in Patients with Chronic Pain: A Systematic Review

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Morphine-6β-glucuronide Rapidly Increases Pain Sensitivity Independently of Opioid Receptor Activity in Mice and Humans

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Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled, Dose-response, and Preclinical Safety Study of Transforaminal Epidural Etanercept for the Treatment of Sciatica

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Gabapentin Acts within the Locus Coeruleus to Alleviate Neuropathic Pain

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Expression Profile of Nerve Growth Factor after Muscle Incision in the Rat

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Capsaicin Combined with Local Anesthetics Preferentially Prolongs Sensory/Nociceptive Block in Rat Sciatic Nerve

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Long-term Outcome in Chest Trauma

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A118G Single Nucleotide Polymorphism of Human μ-Opioid Receptor Gene Influences Pain Perception and Patient-controlled Intravenous Morphine Consumption after Intrathecal Morphine...

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Radiofrequency Applications to Dorsal Root Ganglia: A Literature Review

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