January 2017 - Volume 158 - Issue 1 : PAIN

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January 2017 - Volume 158 - Issue 1
pp: 1-183

Towards a neurophysiological signature for fibromyalgia

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

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

Negative mood influences default mode network functional connectivity in patients with chronic low back pain: implications for functional neuroimaging biomarkers

Letzen, Janelle E.; Robinson, Michael E.

PAIN. 158(1):48-57, January 2017.

Reduced excitability and impaired nociception in peripheral unmyelinated fibers from Nav1.9-null mice

Hoffmann, Tal; Kistner, Katrin; Carr, Richard W.; More

PAIN. 158(1):58-67, January 2017.

Differential expression of systemic inflammatory mediators in amputees with chronic residual limb pain

Chamessian, Alexander; Van de Ven, Thomas; Buchheit, Thomas; More

PAIN. 158(1):68-74, January 2017.

A rodent model of HIV protease inhibitor indinavir induced peripheral neuropathy

Huang, Wenlong; Calvo, Margarita; Pheby, Tim; More

PAIN. 158(1):75-85, January 2017.

Long-term outcomes from training in self-management of chronic pain in an elderly population: a randomized controlled trial

Nicholas, Michael K.; Asghari, Ali; Blyth, Fiona M.; More

PAIN. 158(1):86-95, January 2017.

Investigating generalizability of results from a randomized controlled trial of the management of chronic widespread pain: the MUSICIAN study

Jones, Gareth T.; Jones, Elizabeth A.; Beasley, Marcus J.; More

PAIN. 158(1):96-102, January 2017.

Laser acupuncture reduces pain in pediatric kidney biopsies: a randomized controlled trial

Oates, Aris; Benedict, Kelly A.; Sun, Karen; More

PAIN. 158(1):103-109, January 2017.

Identifying patients with chronic widespread pain in primary care

Mansfield, Kathryn E.; Sim, Julius; Croft, Peter; More

PAIN. 158(1):110-119, January 2017.

Temporal change in headache and its contribution to the risk of developing first-onset temporomandibular disorder in the Orofacial Pain: Prospective Evaluation and Risk Assessment (OPPERA) study

Tchivileva, Inna E.; Ohrbach, Richard; Fillingim, Roger B.; More

PAIN. 158(1):120-129, January 2017.

SIRT1 attenuates neuropathic pain by epigenetic regulation of mGluR1/5 expressions in type 2 diabetic rats

Zhou, Cheng-Hua; Zhang, Ming-Xing; Zhou, Sha-Sha; More

PAIN. 158(1):130-139, January 2017.

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.

Agomelatine: a new opportunity to reduce neuropathic pain—preclinical evidence

Chenaf, Chouki; Chapuy, Eric; Libert, Frédéric; More

PAIN. 158(1):149-160, January 2017.

Manipulating the extracellular matrix: an animal model of the bladder pain syndrome

Offiah, Ifeoma; Didangelos, Athanasios; O'Reilly, Barry A.; More

PAIN. 158(1):161-170, January 2017.


Kosek, Eva; Cohen, Milton; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 158(1):180, January 2017.


Gewandter, Jennifer S.; Dworkin, Robert H.; Finnerup, Nanna B.; More

PAIN. 158(1):182-183, January 2017.