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Mansour, B. Ellingson, J. Landis, A. Schaeffer, E. Mayer, A. Brain white matter structural properties predict transition to chronic pain.

Neuropathic Pain due to Small Fiber Neuropathy in Aging: Current Management and Future Prospects

Mansour, M. Baliki, L. Hermann, T. Increased hippocampal functional connectivity in sub-acute and chronic back pain. Mutso, B. Petre, L. Huang, M. Baliki, S.

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Local BOLD oscillations reflect network-specific structural and functional connectivity, differentially between rest and task. Baria, A. Mansour, L. Baliki, G.

Cecchi, M. Mesulam, A. Rodent resting-state fMRI in the transition to chronic pain: relating function connectivity to receptor expression changes.

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Pollema, M Virginia [Centeno], D. Morphological and functional reorganization of the limbic system predicts transition from acute to chronic back pain in humans.

Persistent pain behavior modulated by hippocampal neurogenesis. Placebo modulats regional power of BOLD oscillations in chronic low back pain patients. The cortical rhythms of chronic back pain. Reproducibility of structural, functional and DTI data between identical scaners and after major repair. Relating spontaneous BOLD oscillatory power scale to whole-brain functional and structural organization. Predicting value of pain and analgesia: nucleus accumbens response to noxious stimuli changes in the presence of chronic pain.

Subacute and chronic low back pain differentially modulate the perceived value of reward. Effects of depression on chronic back pain mechanisms in the brain. Sex and race differences in the experience of low back pain. Huang, E. Parks, M. Baliki, J. Hashmi, B. Petre, A. Brain, A. Pain characteristic differences between subacute and chronic back pain. DPain-induced interleukin expression in rat hippocampus. Yau, M. Centeno, M. Martina, H. Besedovsky, A. Vania Apkarian. A wiring rule for the insula based on DTI. Neuropathic pain modulates hippocampus mediated emotional behavior. Chronic pain and the perceived value of monetary reward.

A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the effects of lidocaine patch therapy on brain activity for spontaneous pain. Nucleus accumbens responses to painful aversive and rewarding stimuli change in chronic pain. Pressure-induced pain perception in knee osteoarthritis: psychophysics and related brain activity. Different clinical chronic pain conditions activate the cortex in unique patterns. Interaction between chronic and acute pain: down-regulation of motivational value for relief from acute pain.

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The brain in chronic CRPS pain: Abnormal gray-white matter interactions in emotional and autonomic areas. Central cortical module for magnitude estimation in the human brain. Sarcosine, a glycine reuptake inhibitor, acts as an analgesic in an animal model for neuropathic pain. Beyond feeling: chronic pain hurts the brain disrupting the default-mode network dynamics.

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