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October 2019 - Volume 160 - Issue 10
pp: 2173-2410

Beyond pain: can antidepressants improve depressive symptoms and quality of life in patients with neuropathic pain? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Caruso, Rosangela; Ostuzzi, Giovanni; Turrini, Giulia; More

PAIN. 160(10):2186-2198, October 2019.

Alterations in evoked and spontaneous activity of dorsal horn wide dynamic range neurons in pathological pain: a systematic review and analysis

Zain, Maham; Bonin, Robert P.

PAIN. 160(10):2199-2209, October 2019.

Pain-related gaze biases and later functioning among adults with chronic pain: a longitudinal eye-tracking study

Jackson, Todd; Yang, Zhou; Su, Lin

PAIN. 160(10):2221-2228, October 2019.

A randomized controlled trial testing a virtual perspective-taking intervention to reduce race and socioeconomic status disparities in pain care

Hirsh, Adam T.; Miller, Megan M.; Hollingshead, Nicole A.; More

PAIN. 160(10):2229-2240, October 2019.

Structural and functional alterations in the retrosplenial cortex following neuropathic pain

Barrière, David André; Hamieh, Al Mahdy; Magalhães, Ricardo; More

PAIN. 160(10):2241-2254, October 2019.

The contribution of obesity to prescription opioid use in the United States

Stokes, Andrew; Berry, Kaitlyn M.; Collins, Jason M.; More

PAIN. 160(10):2255-2262, October 2019.

Machine-learned analysis of the association of next-generation sequencing–based genotypes with persistent pain after breast cancer surgery

Kringel, Dario; Kaunisto, Mari A.; Kalso, Eija; More

PAIN. 160(10):2263-2277, October 2019.

What is normal trauma healing and what is complex regional pain syndrome I? An analysis of clinical and experimental biomarkers

Dietz, Christopher; Müller, Maike; Reinhold, Ann-Kristin; More

PAIN. 160(10):2278-2289, October 2019.

Testing a positive-affect induction to reduce verbally induced nocebo hyperalgesia in an experimental pain paradigm

Geers, Andrew L.; Close, Shane; Caplandies, Fawn C.; More

PAIN. 160(10):2290-2297, October 2019.

Scale-free amplitude modulation of low-frequency fluctuations in episodic migraine

Hodkinson, Duncan J.; Lee, Danielle; Becerra, Lino; More

PAIN. 160(10):2298-2304, October 2019.

Nerve growth factor–mediated photoablation of nociceptors reduces pain behavior in mice

Nocchi, Linda; Portulano, Carla; Franciosa, Federica; More

PAIN. 160(10):2305-2315, October 2019.

Sensory profiles and immune-related expression patterns of patients with and without neuropathic pain after peripheral nerve lesion

Held, Melissa; Karl, Franziska; Vlckova, Eva; More

PAIN. 160(10):2316-2327, October 2019.

DNA methylation profiles are associated with complex regional pain syndrome after traumatic injury

Bruehl, Stephen; Gamazon, Eric R.; Van de Ven, Thomas; More

PAIN. 160(10):2328-2337, October 2019.

Cognitive self-regulation influences pain-related physiology

Matthewson, Gordon M.; Woo, Choong-Wan; Reddan, Marianne C.; More

PAIN. 160(10):2338-2349, October 2019.

Recovery of physical activity after cesarean delivery and its relationship with pain

Sharpe, Emily E.; Booth, Jessica L.; Houle, Timothy T.; More

PAIN. 160(10):2350-2357, October 2019.

Onset of action of naldemedine in the treatment of opioid-induced constipation in patients with chronic noncancer pain: results from 2 randomized, placebo-controlled, phase 3 trials

Wild, James; Yamada, Tadaaki; Arjona Ferreira, Juan Camilo; More

PAIN. 160(10):2358-2364, October 2019.

Persistent opioid use is associated with worse survival after lobectomy for stage I non-small cell lung cancer

Nelson, David B.; Cata, Juan P.; Niu, Jiangong; More

PAIN. 160(10):2365-2373, October 2019.

Effects of smoking on patients with chronic pain: a propensity-weighted analysis on the Collaborative Health Outcomes Information Registry

Khan, James S.; Hah, Jennifer M.; Mackey, Sean C.

PAIN. 160(10):2374-2379, October 2019.

Transcriptional profile of spinal dynorphin-lineage interneurons in the developing mouse

Serafin, Elizabeth K.; Chamessian, Alexander; Li, Jie; More

PAIN. 160(10):2380-2397, October 2019.

Repressor element 1–silencing transcription factor drives the development of chronic pain states

Zhang, Fan; Gigout, Sylvain; Liu, Yu; More

PAIN. 160(10):2398-2408, October 2019.