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December 2015 - Volume 156 - Issue 12
pp: 2399-2637





Predictive factors for the development of persistent pain after breast cancer surgery

Andersen, Kenneth Geving; Duriaud, Helle Molter; Jensen, Helle Elisabeth; More

PAIN. 156(12):2413-2422, December 2015.

Quality assurance for Quantitative Sensory Testing laboratories: development and validation of an automated evaluation tool for the analysis of declared healthy samples

Vollert, Jan; Mainka, Tina; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 156(12):2423-2430, December 2015.

Chloride dysregulation and inhibitory receptor blockade yield equivalent disinhibition of spinal neurons yet are differentially reversed by carbonic anhydrase blockade

Lee, Kwan Yeop; Prescott, Steven A.

PAIN. 156(12):2431-2437, December 2015.

Analgesic and sedative effects of perioperative gabapentin in total knee arthroplasty: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled dose-finding study

Lunn, Troels Haxholdt; Husted, Henrik; Laursen, Mogens Berg; More

PAIN. 156(12):2438-2448, December 2015.

Was it a pain or a sound? Across-species variability in sensory sensitivity

Hu, Li; Xia, Xiaolei L.; Peng, Weiwei W.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2449-2457, December 2015.

A phase 3, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, safety, tolerability, and efficacy study of Xtampza ER in patients with moderate-to-severe chronic low back pain

Katz, Nathaniel; Kopecky, Ernest A.; O'Connor, Melinda; More

PAIN. 156(12):2458-2467, December 2015.

Heightened cold pain and pressure pain sensitivity in young female adults with moderate-to-severe menstrual pain

Slater, Helen; Paananen, Markus; Smith, Anne J.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2468-2478, December 2015.

Roles of prefrontal cortex and paraventricular thalamus in affective and mechanical components of visceral nociception

Jurik, Angela; Auffenberg, Eva; Klein, Sabine; More

PAIN. 156(12):2479-2491, December 2015.

Histamine H4 receptor activation alleviates neuropathic pain through differential regulation of ERK, JNK, and P38 MAPK phosphorylation

Sanna, Maria D.; Stark, Holger; Lucarini, Laura; More

PAIN. 156(12):2492-2504, December 2015.

Learned control over spinal nociception reduces supraspinal nociception as quantified by late somatosensory evoked potentials

Ruscheweyh, Ruth; Bäumler, Maximilian; Feller, Moritz; More

PAIN. 156(12):2505-2513, December 2015.

Protein kinase C gamma-mediated phosphorylation of GluA1 in the postsynaptic density of spinal dorsal horn neurons accompanies neuropathic pain, and dephosphorylation by calcineurin is associated with prolonged analgesia

Miletic, Gordana; Hermes, Jessie L.; Bosscher, Georgia L.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2514-2520, December 2015.

The influence of offset analgesia on the onset and offset of pain in patients with fibromyalgia

Oudejans, Linda C.J.; Smit, Jeff M.; van Velzen, Monique; More

PAIN. 156(12):2521-2527, December 2015.

Involvement of peripheral artemin signaling in tongue pain: possible mechanism in burning mouth syndrome

Shinoda, Masamichi; Takeda, Mamoru; Honda, Kuniya; More

PAIN. 156(12):2528-2537, December 2015.

Preoperative dexamethasone reduces acute but not sustained pain after lumbar disk surgery: a randomized, blinded, placebo-controlled trial

Nielsen, Rikke V.; Siegel, Hanna; Fomsgaard, Jonna S.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2538-2544, December 2015.

Somatosensory assessment and conditioned pain modulation in temporomandibular disorders pain patients

Kothari, Simple Futarmal; Baad-Hansen, Lene; Oono, Yuka; More

PAIN. 156(12):2545-2555, December 2015.

Inhibition of the primary sensorimotor cortex by topical anesthesia of the forearm in patients with complex regional pain syndrome

Strauss, Sebastian; Grothe, Matthias; Usichenko, Taras; More

PAIN. 156(12):2556-2561, December 2015.

Conditioned place preference and spontaneous dorsal horn neuron activity in chronic constriction injury model in rats

Dalm, Brian D.; Reddy, Chandan G.; Howard, Matthew A.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2562-2571, December 2015.

Wnt/Ryk signaling contributes to neuropathic pain by regulating sensory neuron excitability and spinal synaptic plasticity in rats

Liu, Su; Liu, Yue-Peng; Huang, Zhi-Jiang; More

PAIN. 156(12):2572-2584, December 2015.

Randomized, double-blind, comparative-effectiveness study comparing pulsed radiofrequency to steroid injections for occipital neuralgia or migraine with occipital nerve tenderness

Cohen, Steven P.; Peterlin, B. Lee; Fulton, Larry; More

PAIN. 156(12):2585-2594, December 2015.

Role of brainstem serotonin in analgesia produced by low-intensity exercise on neuropathic pain after sciatic nerve injury in mice

Bobinski, Franciane; Ferreira, Tamara A.A.; Córdova, Marina M.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2595-2606, December 2015.

Construct validity and reliability of a real-time multidimensional smartphone app to assess pain in children and adolescents with cancer

Stinson, Jennifer N.; Jibb, Lindsay A.; Nguyen, Cynthia; More

PAIN. 156(12):2607-2615, December 2015.

Increasing placebo responses over time in U.S. clinical trials of neuropathic pain

Tuttle, Alexander H.; Tohyama, Sarasa; Ramsay, Tim; More

PAIN. 156(12):2616-2626, December 2015.


Contributions of physical function and satisfaction with social roles to emotional distress in chronic pain: a Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry (CHOIR) study

Sturgeon, John A.; Dixon, Eric A.; Darnall, Beth D.; More

PAIN. 156(12):2627-2633, December 2015.



Creator: Stinson, Jennifer N.; Jibb, Lindsay A.; Nguyen, Cynthia; Nathan, Paul C.; Maloney, Anne Marie; Dupuis, L. Lee; Gerstle, J. Ted; Hopyan, Sevan; Alman, Benjamin A.; Strahlendorf, Caron; Portwine, Carol; Johnston, Donna L
Duration: 5:09
We evaluated the construct validity, reliability, and feasibility of the Pain Squad multidimensional smartphone-based pain assessment application in children and adolescents with cancer, using 2 descriptive studies with repeated measures.
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