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Haploinsufficiency of the brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene is associated with reduced pain sensitivity

Sapio, Matthew R.; Iadarola, Michael J.; LaPaglia, Danielle M.; More

PAIN. 160(5):1070-1081, May 2019.

Haploinsufficiency of the brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) gene is associated with reduced pain sensitivity

Chronic pain is associated with a brain aging biomarker in community-dwelling older adults

Cruz-Almeida, Yenisel; Fillingim, Roger B.; Riley, Joseph L. III; More

PAIN. 160(5):1119-1130, May 2019.

Chronic pain is associated with a brain aging biomarker in community-dwelling older adults

Opioid cessation and chronic pain: perspectives of former opioid users

Goesling, Jenna; DeJonckheere, Melissa; Pierce, Jennifer; More

PAIN. 160(5):1131-1145, May 2019.

Opioid cessation and chronic pain: Perspectives of former opioid users

Peripheral oxytocin restores light touch and nociceptor sensory afferents towards normal after nerve injury

Boada, M. Danilo; Gutierrez, Silvia; Eisenach, James C.

PAIN. 160(5):1146-1155, May 2019.

Peripheral oxytocin restores light touch and nociceptor sensory afferents towards normal after nerve injury

Normative data for common pain measures in chronic pain clinic populations: closing a gap for clinicians and researchers

Nicholas, Michael K.; Costa, Daniel S.J.; Blanchard, Megan; More

PAIN. 160(5):1156-1165, May 2019.

Normative data for common pain measures in chronic pain clinic populations: closing a gap for clinicians and researchers

Anterior nucleus of paraventricular thalamus mediates chronic mechanical hyperalgesia

Chang, Ya-Ting; Chen, Wei-Hsin; Shih, Hsi-Chien; More

PAIN. 160(5):1208-1223, May 2019.

Anterior nucleus of paraventricular thalamus mediates chronic mechanical hyperalgesia

IASP Global Year 2019 Logo_4.jpgThe 2019 Global Year Against Pain in the Most Vulnerable is underway. This year-long initiative offers resources for pain researchers and clinicians while focusing on the following vulnerable populations:

              • Pain in older persons (including pain in dementia)
              • Pain in infants and young children
              • Pain in individuals with cognitive impairments (non dementia-related) or psychiatric disorders
              • Pain in survivors of torture


Articles published in PAIN related to this year's theme are marked with the Global Year logo and added to an article collection.

 


 Pain After Surgery

Daniel B. Carr MD, DABPM, FFPMANZCA(Hon)

Pain After Surgery presents the current knowledge and expertise of top global researchers on changes in central nervous system function accompanying and following surgery, as a model of chronic pain development.

Pain from Unrelated Treatment

John Jarrell

In this unique title, international experts focus on unexpected pain as a consequence of indicated medical or surgical treatment.

Cancer Pain Management in Developing Countries

Sushma BhatnagaWritten by an international panel of expert pain physicians, Cancer Pain Management in Developing Countries addresses this challenging and vital topic with reference to the latest body of evidence relating to cancer pain.



 

Pain in Dementia

Stefan Lautenbacher, Stephen J. Gibson BBSc(Hon), PhD, MAPsS

With the help of Pain in Dementia, you can learn new ways to give dementia patients a better quality of life through identifying the source of their pain and recommending the most effective treatment options

Pain 2016 Refresher Courses: 16th World Congress on Pain

Claudia L Sommer MD, Steven P Cohen , Michaela Kress , Mark S Wallace

Presented at the 16th World Congress on Pain in Yokohama, Japan, in September 2016, these papers represent the thinking of the world's top pain scientists and clinicians

Pain in the Joints

Serge Perrot and Lars Arendt-Nielsen

A comprehensive overview of joint pain, including its assessment, mechanisms, and treatment options