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Adult female migraineurs do not exhibit normal insular thinning with age; this suggests that the region may be important in migraine pathophysiology.
Mice sensitized with ovalbumin developed dermatitis and behavioral signs of chronic itch that are mediated by ascending spinal projection neurons...
Computer-assisted manual review of electronic health record clinical notes found a rate of problem opioid use of 9.4% among 22,142 chronic opioid...
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E-field-navigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation given to the right secondary somatosensory cortex alleviates chronic neuropathic...
Adolescents' self-reported attention control significantly moderated the association between pain catastrophizing and attention bias to pain...
April 2015 - Volume 156 - Supplement 1
Biennial Review of Pain
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