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February 2018 - Volume 159 - Issue 2
pp: 189-403

Clinical trial designs and models for analgesic medications for acute pain in neonates, infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents: ACTTION recommendations

Walco, Gary A.; Kopecky, Ernest A.; Weisman, Steven J.; More

PAIN. 159(2):193-205, February 2018.

Fingolimod reduces neuropathic pain behaviors in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis by a sphingosine-1 phosphate receptor 1-dependent inhibition of central sensitization in the dorsal horn

Doolen, Suzanne; Iannitti, Tommaso; Donahue, Renee R.; More

PAIN. 159(2):224-238, February 2018.

Attention bias modification training for adolescents with chronic pain: a randomized placebo-controlled trial

Heathcote, Lauren C.; Jacobs, Konrad; Van Ryckeghem, Dimitri M.L.; More

PAIN. 159(2):239-251, February 2018.

Trajectories and predictors of the long-term course of low back pain: cohort study with 5-year follow-up

Chen, Ying; Campbell, Paul; Strauss, Victoria Y.; More

PAIN. 159(2):252-260, February 2018.

Dopaminergic tone does not influence pain levels during placebo interventions in patients with chronic neuropathic pain

Skyt, Ina; Moslemi, Kurosh; Baastrup, Cathrine; More

PAIN. 159(2):261-272, February 2018.

TLR4 deficiency abrogated widespread tactile allodynia, but not widespread thermal hyperalgesia and trigeminal neuropathic pain after partial infraorbital nerve transection

Hu, Ting-Ting; Wang, Ran-Ran; Tang, Ying-Ying; More

PAIN. 159(2):273-283, February 2018.

Menthol reduces phototoxicity pain in a mouse model of photodynamic therapy

Wright, Lisa; Baptista-Hon, Daniel; Bull, Fiona; More

PAIN. 159(2):284-297, February 2018.

Social learning pathways in the relation between parental chronic pain and daily pain severity and functional impairment in adolescents with functional abdominal pain

Stone, Amanda L.; Bruehl, Stephen; Smith, Craig A.; More

PAIN. 159(2):298-305, February 2018.

Association between pain and frailty among Chinese community-dwelling older adults: depression as a mediator and its interaction with pain

Tian, Xiaoyu; Wang, Cuili; Qiao, Xiaoxia; More

PAIN. 159(2):306-313, February 2018.

Preschool children's coping responses and outcomes in the vaccination context: child and caregiver transactional and longitudinal relationships

Campbell, Lauren; Pillai Riddell, Rebecca; Cribbie, Robert; More

PAIN. 159(2):314-330, February 2018.

Mobilization of CD4+ T lymphocytes in inflamed mucosa reduces pain in colitis mice: toward a vaccinal strategy to alleviate inflammatory visceral pain

Basso, Lilian; Boué, Jérôme; Augé, Céline; More

PAIN. 159(2):331-341, February 2018.

Variability in negative emotions among individuals with chronic low back pain: relationships with pain and function

Gerhart, James I.; Burns, John W.; Bruehl, Stephen; More

PAIN. 159(2):342-350, February 2018.

Activity interruptions by pain impair activity resumption, but not more than activity interruptions by other stimuli: an experimental investigation

Gatzounis, Rena; Schrooten, Martien G.S.; Crombez, Geert; More

PAIN. 159(2):351-358, February 2018.

Vigilance-related attention systems subserve the discrimination of relative intensity differences between painful stimuli

Yang, Sung-Ling; Wu, Ting-Wei; Tseng, Ming-Tsung

PAIN. 159(2):359-370, February 2018.

Communication about chronic pain and opioids in primary care: impact on patient and physician visit experience

Henry, Stephen G.; Bell, Robert A.; Fenton, Joshua J.; More

PAIN. 159(2):371-379, February 2018.

Interleukin 1β inhibition contributes to the antinociceptive effects of voluntary exercise on ischemia/reperfusion-induced hypersensitivity

Ross, Jessica L.; Queme, Luis F.; Lamb, Jordan E.; More

PAIN. 159(2):380-392, February 2018.

Tempo-spatial discrimination is lower for noxious stimuli than for innocuous stimuli

Frahm, Ken Steffen; Mørch, Carsten Dahl; Andersen, Ole Kæseler

PAIN. 159(2):393-401, February 2018.