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January 2015 - Volume 156 - Issue 1
pp: 1-198


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Opposite effects of the same drug: reversal of topical analgesia by nocebo information

Aslaksen, Per Matti; Zwarg, Maria Lorentze; Eilertsen, Hans-Ingvald Hage; More

PAIN. 156(1):39-46, January 2015.

Preoperative widespread pain sensitization and chronic pain after hip and knee replacement: a cohort analysis

Wylde, Vikki; Sayers, Adrian; Lenguerrand, Erik; More

PAIN. 156(1):47-54, January 2015.

Presurgical assessment of temporal summation of pain predicts the development of chronic postoperative pain 12 months after total knee replacement

Petersen, Kristian Kjær; Arendt-Nielsen, Lars; Simonsen, Ole; More

PAIN. 156(1):55-61, January 2015.

Transcranial direct current stimulation as a treatment for patients with fibromyalgia: a randomized controlled trial

Fagerlund, Asbjørn J.; Hansen, Odd A.; Aslaksen, Per M.

PAIN. 156(1):62-71, January 2015.

Results availability for analgesic device, complex regional pain syndrome, and post-stroke pain trials: comparing the RReADS, RReACT, and RReMiT databases

Dufka, Faustine L.; Munch, Troels; Dworkin, Robert H.; More

PAIN. 156(1):72-80, January 2015.

Failure of intrathecal ketorolac to reduce remifentanil-induced postinfusion hyperalgesia in humans

Eisenach, James C.; Tong, Chuanyao; Curry, Regina S.

PAIN. 156(1):81-87, January 2015.

Intrathecal clonidine and adenosine: effects on pain and sensory processing in patients with chronic regional pain syndrome

Rauck, Richard L.; North, James; Eisenach, James C.

PAIN. 156(1):88-95, January 2015.

Identifying specific profiles in patients with different degrees of painful knee osteoarthritis based on serological biochemical and mechanistic pain biomarkers: a diagnostic approach based on cluster analysis

Egsgaard, Line Lindhardt; Eskehave, Thomas Navndrup; Bay-Jensen, Anne C.; More

PAIN. 156(1):96-107, January 2015.

Differences in pain-related fear acquisition and generalization: an experimental study comparing patients with fibromyalgia and healthy controls

Meulders, Ann; Jans, Anne; Vlaeyen, Johan W. S.

PAIN. 156(1):108-122, January 2015.

Caregivers' attentional bias to pain: does it affect caregiver accuracy in detecting patient pain behaviors?

Mohammadi, Somayyeh; Dehghani, Mohsen; Khatibi, Ali; More

PAIN. 156(1):123-130, January 2015.

Supervised walking in comparison with fitness training for chronic back pain in physiotherapy: results of the SWIFT single-blinded randomized controlled trial (ISRCTN17592092)

Hurley, Deirdre A.; Tully, Mark A.; Lonsdale, Chris; More

PAIN. 156(1):131-147, January 2015.

Biopsychosocial influence on shoulder pain: risk subgroups translated across preclinical and clinical prospective cohorts

George, Steven Z.; Wallace, Margaret R.; Wu, Samuel S.; More

PAIN. 156(1):148-156, January 2015.

Orthopedic surgery and bone fracture pain are both significantly attenuated by sustained blockade of nerve growth factor

Majuta, Lisa A.; Longo, Geraldine; Fealk, Michelle N.; More

PAIN. 156(1):157-165, January 2015.

Somatosensory phenotype is associated with thalamic metabolites and pain intensity after spinal cord injury

Widerström-Noga, Eva; Cruz-Almeida, Yenisel; Felix, Elizabeth R.; More

PAIN. 156(1):166-174, January 2015.

Effects of the triple monoamine uptake inhibitor amitifadine on pain-related depression of behavior and mesolimbic dopamine release in rats

Miller, Laurence L.; Leitl, Michael D.; Banks, Matthew L.; More

PAIN. 156(1):175-184, January 2015.

Impact of parent-directed education on parental use of pain treatments during routine infant vaccinations: a cluster randomized trial

Taddio, Anna; Parikh, Chaitya; Yoon, Eugene W.; More

PAIN. 156(1):185-191, January 2015.

Pain modulation efficiency delays seeking medical help in patients with acute myocardial infarction

Granot, Michal; Dagul, Pnina; Darawsha, Wisam; More

PAIN. 156(1):192-198, January 2015.

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