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October 2022 - Volume 163 - Issue 10
pp: 1855-2067,e1041-e1101




Resistance training protects against muscle pain through activation of androgen receptors in male and female mice

Lesnak, Joseph B.; Fahrion, Alexis; Helton, Amber; More

PAIN. 163(10):1879-1891, October 2022.

Joint effects of back pain and mental health conditions on healthcare utilization and costs in Ontario, Canada: a population-based cohort study

Wong, Jessica J.; Côté, Pierre; Tricco, Andrea C.; More

PAIN. 163(10):1892-1904, October 2022.

Effects of hypnosis vs mindfulness meditation vs education on chronic pain intensity and secondary outcomes in veterans: a randomized clinical trial

Williams, Rhonda M.; Day, Melissa A.; Ehde, Dawn M.; More

PAIN. 163(10):1905-1918, October 2022.

Pain response to cannabidiol in opioid-induced hyperalgesia, acute nociceptive pain, and allodynia using a model mimicking acute pain in healthy adults in a randomized trial (CANAB II)

Dieterle, Markus; Zurbriggen, Laura; Mauermann, Eckhard; More

PAIN. 163(10):1919-1928, October 2022.

Reversal of neuropathic pain is associated with corticostriatal functional reorganization after nerve repair in the spared nerve injury model

Bao, Qi-Yuan; Chang, Pei-Ching; Centeno, Maria Virginia; More

PAIN. 163(10):1929-1938, October 2022.

Preconditioning by voluntary wheel running attenuates later neuropathic pain via nuclear factor E2–related factor 2 antioxidant signaling in rats

Green-Fulgham, Suzanne M.; Harland, Michael E.; Ball, Jayson B.; More

PAIN. 163(10):1939-1951, October 2022.

How do placebo effects contribute to mindfulness-based analgesia? Probing acute pain effects and interactions using a randomized balanced placebo design

Davies, Jonathan N.; Sharpe, Louise; Day, Melissa A.; More

PAIN. 163(10):1967-1977, October 2022.

Noninvasive vagus nerve stimulation modulates trigeminal but not extracephalic somatosensory perception: functional evidence for a trigemino-vagal system in humans

Peng, Kuan-Po; May, Arne

PAIN. 163(10):1978-1986, October 2022.

Individually unique dynamics of cortical connectivity reflect the ongoing intensity of chronic pain

Mayr, Astrid; Jahn, Pauline; Deak, Bettina; More

PAIN. 163(10):1987-1998, October 2022.

Lysophosphatidylcholine 16:0 mediates chronic joint pain associated to rheumatic diseases through acid-sensing ion channel 3

Jacquot, Florian; Khoury, Spiro; Labrum, Bonnie; More

PAIN. 163(10):1999-2013, October 2022.

Segmental and descending control of primary afferent input to the spinal lamina X

Krotov, Volodymyr; Agashkov, Kirill; Krasniakova, Marharyta; More

PAIN. 163(10):2014-2020, October 2022.

Craving of prescription opioids among veterans with chronic pain

Toor, Tiffany; Murphy, Emily; Simmons, Alan N.; More

PAIN. 163(10):2021-2030, October 2022.

Amygdalar functional connectivity during resting and evoked pain in youth with functional abdominal pain disorders

Cunningham, Natoshia R.; Nahman-Averbuch, Hadas; Lee, Gregory R.; More

PAIN. 163(10):2031-2043, October 2022.

Job stress and chronic and widespread musculoskeletal pain: a cross-sectional analysis from the Brazilian Longitudinal Study of Adult Health Musculoskeletal

Ruela, Guilherme de Andrade; Barreto, Sandhi Maria; Griep, Rosane Harter; More

PAIN. 163(10):2044-2051, October 2022.

Characterisation of the pathophysiology of neuropathy and sensory dysfunction in a mouse model of recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa

Schmidt, Daniela; Díaz, Paula; Muñoz, Daniela; More

PAIN. 163(10):2052-2060, October 2022.

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pain and psychological functioning in young adults with chronic pain

Tham, See Wan; Murray, Caitlin B.; Law, Emily F.; More

PAIN. 163(10):e1095-e1101, October 2022.


Internet-delivered cognitive and behavioural based interventions for adults with chronic pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Gandy, Milena; Pang, Sharon T.Y.; Scott, Amelia J.; More

PAIN. 163(10):e1041-e1053, October 2022.

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