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May 2015 - Volume 156 - Issue 5
pp: 761-979





Remembering pain after surgery: a longitudinal examination of the role of pain catastrophizing in children's and parents' recall

Noel, Melanie; Rabbitts, Jennifer A.; Tai, Gabrielle G.; More

PAIN. 156(5):800-808, May 2015.

Disease-related differences in resting-state networks: a comparison between localized provoked vulvodynia, irritable bowel syndrome, and healthy control subjects

Gupta, Arpana; Rapkin, Andrea J.; Gill, Zafar; More

PAIN. 156(5):809-819, May 2015.

OnabotulinumtoxinA decreases interictal CGRP plasma levels in patients with chronic migraine

Cernuda-Morollón, Eva; Ramón, César; Martínez-Camblor, Pablo; More

PAIN. 156(5):820-824, May 2015.

Automated Internet-based pain coping skills training to manage osteoarthritis pain: a randomized controlled trial

Rini, Christine; Porter, Laura S.; Somers, Tamara J.; More

PAIN. 156(5):837-848, May 2015.

In vivo activation of the SK channel in the spinal cord reduces the NMDA receptor antagonist dose needed to produce antinociception in an inflammatory pain model

Hipólito, Lucia; Fakira, Amanda K.; Cabañero, David; More

PAIN. 156(5):849-858, May 2015.

Protease-activated receptor 2 activation is sufficient to induce the transition to a chronic pain state

Tillu, Dipti V.; Hassler, Shayne N.; Burgos-Vega, Carolina C.; More

PAIN. 156(5):859-867, May 2015.

The effects of emotion regulation strategies on the pain experience: a structured laboratory investigation

Hampton, Amy J. D.; Hadjistavropoulos, Thomas; Gagnon, Michelle M.; More

PAIN. 156(5):868-879, May 2015.

Cold and L-menthol-induced sensitization in healthy volunteers—a cold hypersensitivity analogue to the heat/capsaicin model

Andersen, Hjalte H.; Poulsen, Jeppe N.; Uchida, Yugo; More

PAIN. 156(5):880-889, May 2015.

A multi-target approach for pain treatment: dual inhibition of fatty acid amide hydrolase and TRPV1 in a rat model of osteoarthritis

Malek, Natalia; Mrugala, Monika; Makuch, Wioletta; More

PAIN. 156(5):890-903, May 2015.

Imaging signatures of altered brain responses in small-fiber neuropathy: reduced functional connectivity of the limbic system after peripheral nerve degeneration

Hsieh, Paul-Chen; Tseng, Ming-Tsung; Chao, Chi-Chao; More

PAIN. 156(5):904-916, May 2015.

Race effects on temporal summation to heat pain in youth

Morris, Matthew C.; Walker, Lynn; Bruehl, Stephen; More

PAIN. 156(5):917-922, May 2015.

Modality-specific mechanisms of protein kinase C–induced hypersensitivity of TRPV1: S800 is a polymodal sensitization site

Wang, Sen; Joseph, John; Ro, Jin Y.; More

PAIN. 156(5):931-941, May 2015.

Sensitization of trigeminal brainstem pathways in a model for tear deficient dry eye

Rahman, Mostafeezur; Okamoto, Keiichiro; Thompson, Randall; More

PAIN. 156(5):942-950, May 2015.

Health care expenditures associated with pediatric pain-related conditions in the United States

Groenewald, Cornelius B.; Wright, Davene R.; Palermo, Tonya M.

PAIN. 156(5):951-957, May 2015.

Imipramine and pregabalin combination for painful polyneuropathy: a randomized controlled trial

Holbech, Jakob V.; Bach, Flemming W.; Finnerup, Nanna B.; More

PAIN. 156(5):958-966, May 2015.


Changes in and predictors of pain characteristics in patients with head and neck cancer undergoing radiotherapy

Astrup, Guro Lindviksmoen; Rustøen, Tone; Miaskowski, Christine; More

PAIN. 156(5):967-979, May 2015.

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