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March 2016 - Volume 157 - Issue 3
pp: 511-772


The effect of bodily illusions on clinical pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Boesch, Eva; Bellan, Valeria; Moseley, G. Lorimer; More

PAIN. 157(3):516-529, March 2016.

Meta-analysis of placebo responses in central neuropathic pain: impact of subject, study, and pain characteristics

Cragg, Jacquelyn J.; Warner, Freda M.; Finnerup, Nanna Brix; More

PAIN. 157(3):530-540, March 2016.




Test-retest reliability of pain-related functional brain connectivity compared with pain self-report

Letzen, Janelle E.; Boissoneault, Jeff; Sevel, Landrew S.; More

PAIN. 157(3):546-551, March 2016.

Analgesic effects of mambalgin peptide inhibitors of acid-sensing ion channels in inflammatory and neuropathic pain

Diochot, Sylvie; Alloui, Abdelkrim; Rodrigues, Précillia; More

PAIN. 157(3):552-559, March 2016.

Chemotherapy-induced pain and neuropathy: a prospective study in patients treated with adjuvant oxaliplatin or docetaxel

Ventzel, Lise; Jensen, Anders B.; Jensen, Anni R.; More

PAIN. 157(3):560-568, March 2016.

Development of hand phenotypes and changes in hand pain and problems over time in older people

Green, Daniel J.; Jordan, Kelvin P.; Protheroe, Joanne; More

PAIN. 157(3):569-576, March 2016.

Is duloxetine's effect on painful physical symptoms in depression an indirect result of improvement of depressive symptoms? Pooled analyses of three randomized controlled trials

Harada, Eiji; Tokuoka, Hirofumi; Fujikoshi, Shinji; More

PAIN. 157(3):577-584, March 2016.

IL-17 is not essential for inflammation and chronic pelvic pain development in an experimental model of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Motrich, Ruben D.; Breser, María L.; Sánchez, Leonardo R.; More

PAIN. 157(3):585-597, March 2016.

A combined electrophysiological and morphological study of neuropeptide Y–expressing inhibitory interneurons in the spinal dorsal horn of the mouse

Iwagaki, Noboru; Ganley, Robert P.; Dickie, Allen C.; More

PAIN. 157(3):598-612, March 2016.

The α5 subunit containing GABAA receptors contribute to chronic pain

Bravo-Hernández, Mariana; Corleto, José A.; Barragán-Iglesias, Paulino; More

PAIN. 157(3):613-626, March 2016.

Facial hypersensitivity and trigeminal pathology in mice with experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis

Thorburn, Kevin C.; Paylor, John W.; Webber, Christine A.; More

PAIN. 157(3):627-642, March 2016.

Prescription trajectories and effect of total hip arthroplasty on the use of analgesics, hypnotics, antidepressants, and anxiolytics: results from a population of total hip arthroplasty patients

Blågestad, Tone; Nordhus, Inger H.; Grønli, Janne; More

PAIN. 157(3):643-651, March 2016.

Activity-dependent dephosphorylation of paxillin contributed to nociceptive plasticity in spinal cord dorsal horn

Wang, Xin-Tai; Zheng, Rui; Suo, Zhan-Wei; More

PAIN. 157(3):652-665, March 2016.

Role of extracellular calcitonin gene-related peptide in spinal cord mechanisms of cancer-induced bone pain

Hansen, Rikke R.; Vacca, Valentina; Pitcher, Thomas; More

PAIN. 157(3):666-676, March 2016.

Postnatal maturation of the spinal-bulbo-spinal loop: brainstem control of spinal nociception is independent of sensory input in neonatal rats

Schwaller, Fred; Kwok, Charlie; Fitzgerald, Maria

PAIN. 157(3):677-686, March 2016.

Early-onset treadmill training reduces mechanical allodynia and modulates calcitonin gene-related peptide fiber density in lamina III/IV in a mouse model of spinal cord contusion injury

Nees, Timo A.; Tappe-Theodor, Anke; Sliwinski, Christopher; More

PAIN. 157(3):687-697, March 2016.

Adenosine-A1 receptor agonist induced hyperalgesic priming type II

Araldi, Dioneia; Ferrari, Luiz F.; Levine, Jon D.

PAIN. 157(3):698-709, March 2016.

Pelvic pain after childbirth: a longitudinal population study

Bjelland, Elisabeth Krefting; Owe, Katrine Mari; Pingel, Ronnie; More

PAIN. 157(3):710-716, March 2016.

A longitudinal study of pain, personality, and brain plasticity following peripheral nerve injury

Goswami, Ruma; Anastakis, Dimitri J.; Katz, Joel; More

PAIN. 157(3):729-739, March 2016.

Widespread pain sensitization after partial infraorbital nerve transection in MRL/MPJ mice

Zhang, Shi-Hong; Yu, Jie; Lou, Guo-Dong; More

PAIN. 157(3):740-749, March 2016.

Quantitative sensory testing using DFNS protocol in Europe: an evaluation of heterogeneity across multiple centers in patients with peripheral neuropathic pain and healthy subjects

Vollert, Jan; Attal, Nadine; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 157(3):750-758, March 2016.

Pain expressiveness and altruistic behavior: an exploration using agent-based modeling

de C Williams, Amanda C.; Gallagher, Elizabeth; Fidalgo, Antonio R.; More

PAIN. 157(3):759-768, March 2016.


Reply

Iuvone, Teresa; Affaitati, Giannapia; De Filippis, Daniele; More

PAIN. 157(3):770-771, March 2016.

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