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Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying parathyroid hormone–related peptide-induced nociceptor sensitization and induction of thermal...
Axonal depolarization may counteract gain-of-function of Nav1.7 mutations under resting conditions, but upon activity-dependent hyperpolarization,...
Both low– and high–spatial frequency information make the recognition of pain expressions possible, with low–spatial frequency...
Inhibition of myeloid lineage attenuates bone cancer pain and disease progression.
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In chronic pelvic pain, the posterior cingulate cortex is functionally detached from the default mode network and instead joined to pain and...
Chronic pain in the pelvic area and lower extremities is a common late complication to rectal cancer treatment with impact on quality of life.
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