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November 2018 - Volume 159 - Issue 11
pp: 2137-2416

Involvement of lysophosphatidic acid–induced astrocyte activation underlying the maintenance of partial sciatic nerve injury–induced neuropathic pain

Ueda, Hiroshi; Neyama, Hiroyuki; Nagai, Jun; More

PAIN. 159(11):2170-2178, November 2018.

Influence of neuropathic pain on nicotinic acetylcholine receptor plasticity and behavioral responses to nicotine in rats

Brunori, Gloria; Schoch, Jennifer; Mercatelli, Daniela; More

PAIN. 159(11):2179-2191, November 2018.

Location-specific responses to nociceptive input support the purposeful nature of motor adaptation to pain

Gallina, Alessio; Salomoni, Sauro E.; Hall, Leanne M.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2192-2200, November 2018.

Low- and high-threshold primary afferent inputs to spinal lamina III antenna-type neurons

Fernandes, Elisabete C.; Santos, Ines C.; Kokai, Eva; More

PAIN. 159(11):2214-2222, November 2018.

Efficacy of adding interoceptive exposure to intensive interdisciplinary treatment for adolescents with chronic pain: a randomized controlled trial

Flack, Florentina; Stahlschmidt, Lorin; Dobe, Michael; More

PAIN. 159(11):2223-2233, November 2018.

Estimating relative efficacy in acute postoperative pain: network meta-analysis is consistent with indirect comparison to placebo alone

Moore, R. Andrew; Derry, Sheena; Wiffen, Philip J.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2234-2244, November 2018.

Evaluation of composite responder outcomes of pain intensity and physical function in neuropathic pain clinical trials: an ACTTION individual patient data analysis

Patel, Kushang V.; Allen, Robert; Burke, Laurie; More

PAIN. 159(11):2245-2254, November 2018.

Lionfish venom elicits pain predominantly through the activation of nonpeptidergic nociceptors

Mouchbahani-Constance, Stephanie; Lesperance, L. Stephen; Petitjean, Hugues; More

PAIN. 159(11):2255-2266, November 2018.

Dynamic pain connectome functional connectivity and oscillations reflect multiple sclerosis pain

Bosma, Rachael L.; Kim, Junseok A.; Cheng, Joshua C.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2267-2276, November 2018.

Analgesic effects of a novel pH-dependent μ-opioid receptor agonist in models of neuropathic and abdominal pain

Rodriguez-Gaztelumendi, Antonio; Spahn, Viola; Labuz, Dominika; More

PAIN. 159(11):2277-2284, November 2018.

Anti–nerve growth factor does not change physical activity in normal young or aging mice but does increase activity in mice with skeletal pain

Majuta, Lisa A.; Mitchell, Stefanie A.T.; Kuskowski, Michael A.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2285-2295, November 2018.

Complex regional pain syndrome: intradermal injection of phenylephrine evokes pain and hyperalgesia in a subgroup of patients with upregulated α1-adrenoceptors on dermal nerves

Drummond, Peter D.; Morellini, Natalie; Finch, Philip M.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2296-2305, November 2018.

Peripherally administered calcitonin gene–related peptide induces spontaneous pain in mice: implications for migraine

Rea, Brandon J.; Wattiez, Anne-Sophie; Waite, Jayme S.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2306-2317, November 2018.

Electrophysiological characterisation of central sensitisation in canine spontaneous osteoarthritis

Hunt, James R.; Goff, Megan; Jenkins, Helen; More

PAIN. 159(11):2318-2330, November 2018.

Aδ and not C fibers mediate thermal hyperalgesia to short laser stimuli after burn injury in man

Slimani, Hocine; Plaghki, Leon; Valenti, Paola; More

PAIN. 159(11):2331-2338, November 2018.

Neuropathic pain clinical trials: factors associated with decreases in estimated drug efficacy

Finnerup, Nanna B.; Haroutounian, Simon; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 159(11):2339-2346, November 2018.

Isolated nociceptors reveal multiple specializations for generating irregular ongoing activity associated with ongoing pain

Odem, Max A.; Bavencoffe, Alexis G.; Cassidy, Ryan M.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2347-2362, November 2018.

Contextual influences in decoding pain expressions: effects of patient age, informational priming, and observer characteristics

Hampton, Amy J. D.; Hadjistavropoulos, Thomas; Gagnon, Michelle M.

PAIN. 159(11):2363-2374, November 2018.

Quantifying visual allodynia across migraine subtypes: the Leiden Visual Sensitivity Scale

Perenboom, Matthijs J.L.; Zamanipoor Najafabadi, Amir H.; Zielman, Ronald; More

PAIN. 159(11):2375-2382, November 2018.

Prevalence of chronic pain with or without neuropathic characteristics in France using the capture–recapture method: a population-based study

Chenaf, Chouki; Delorme, Jessica; Delage, Noémie; More

PAIN. 159(11):2394-2402, November 2018.

Long-term changes in biopsychosocial characteristics related to temporomandibular disorder: findings from the OPPERA study

Fillingim, Roger B.; Slade, Gary D.; Greenspan, Joel D.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2403-2413, November 2018.


Nahman-Averbuch, Hadas; Shefi, Tom; Schneider, Victor J. II; More

PAIN. 159(11):2416, November 2018.