Top Read Articles in 2017

Updated:   12/19/2017
Contains:  20 items
A list of the top accessed articles published in 2017.

Peripheral neuropathic pain: a mechanism-related organizing principle based on sensory profiles

Baron, Ralf; Maier, Christoph; Attal, Nadine; More

PAIN. 158(2):261-272, February 2017.

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Physical activity behavior predicts endogenous pain modulation in older adults

Naugle, Kelly M.; Ohlman, Thomas; Naugle, Keith E.; More

PAIN. 158(3):383-390, March 2017.

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Intraoperative ketamine reduces immediate postoperative opioid consumption after spinal fusion surgery in chronic pain patients with opioid dependency: a randomized, blinded trial

Nielsen, Rikke Vibeke; Fomsgaard, Jonna Storm; Siegel, Hanna; More

PAIN. 158(3):463-470, March 2017.

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Perioperative pregabalin administration does not prevent chronic postoperative pain: systematic review with a meta-analysis of randomized trials

Martinez, Valeria; Pichard, Xavier; Fletcher, Dominique

PAIN. 158(5):775-783, May 2017.

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The Behavior Pain Assessment Tool for critically ill adults: a validation study in 28 countries

Gélinas, Céline; Puntillo, Kathleen A.; Levin, Pavel; More

PAIN. 158(5):811-821, May 2017.

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Long-lasting antinociceptive effects of green light in acute and chronic pain in rats

Ibrahim, Mohab M.; Patwardhan, Amol; Gilbraith, Kerry B.; More

PAIN. 158(2):347-360, February 2017.

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Incident and long-term opioid therapy among patients with psychiatric conditions and medications: a national study of commercial health care claims

Quinn, Patrick D.; Hur, Kwan; Chang, Zheng; More

PAIN. 158(1):140-148, January 2017.

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Reasons for discontinuation of long-term opioid therapy in patients with and without substance use disorders

Lovejoy, Travis I.; Morasco, Benjamin J.; Demidenko, Michael I.; More

PAIN. 158(3):526-534, March 2017.

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Brain substrates of reward processing and the μ-opioid receptor: a pathway into pain?

Nees, Frauke; Becker, Susanne; Millenet, Sabina; More

PAIN. 158(2):212-219, February 2017.

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Dorsal root ganglion stimulation yielded higher treatment success rate for complex regional pain syndrome and causalgia at 3 and 12 months: a randomized comparative trial

Deer, Timothy R.; Levy, Robert M.; Kramer, Jeffery; More

PAIN. 158(4):669-681, April 2017.

Towards a neurophysiological signature for fibromyalgia

López-Solà, Marina; Woo, Choong-Wan; Pujol, Jesus; More

PAIN. 158(1):34-47, January 2017.

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The persistence of the effects of acupuncture after a course of treatment: a meta-analysis of patients with chronic pain

MacPherson, H.; Vertosick, E.A.; Foster, N.E.; More

PAIN. 158(5):784-793, May 2017.