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Quantitative Global Survey Results of Acute Back Pain Sufferers Across Four Countries.

Surveys of back pain sufferers in the United States, China, Russia, and Germany were performed to better understand self-reported causes of acute nonspecific back pain and acute lower back pain […]

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Altered Functional Networks during Gain Anticipation in Fibromyalgia.

Reward motivation is essential in shaping human behavior and cognition. Previous studies have shown altered reward motivation and reward brain circuitry in chronic pain conditions, including fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a […]

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Distinct alterations in central pain processing of visceral and somatic pain in quiescent ulcerative colitis compared to irritable bowel syndrome and health.

Despite relevance to pain chronicity, disease burden, and treatment, mechanisms of pain perception for different types of acute pain remain incompletely understood in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Building […]

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Depressive symptoms moderate functional connectivity within the emotional brain in chronic pain.

Depressive symptoms are often comorbid with chronic pain. These conditions share aberrant emotion processing and regulation, as well as having common brain networks. However, the relationship between depressive symptoms and […]

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Labour’s pain: strenuous subsistence work, mechanical wear-and-tear and musculoskeletal pain in a non-industrialized population.

Musculoskeletal pain is the most debilitating human health condition. Neurophysiological pain mechanisms are highly conserved and promote somatic maintenance and learning to avoid future harm. However, some chronic pain might […]

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Pain chronification impacts whole-brain functional connectivity in women with hip osteoarthritis during pain stimulation.

Previous neuroimaging studies have shown that patients with chronic pain display altered functional connectivity across distributed brain areas involved in the processing of nociceptive stimuli. The aim of the present […]

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Questionnaire and structural imaging data accurately predict headache improvement in patients with acute post-traumatic headache attributed to mild traumatic brain injury.

Our prior work demonstrated that questionnaires assessing psychosocial symptoms have utility for predicting improvement in patients with acute post-traumatic headache following mild traumatic brain injury. In this cohort study, we […]

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Aberrant Resting-state Functional Connectivity in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A Network-based Statistics Analysis.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic neuropathic pain disorder. Pain catastrophizing, characterized by magnification, rumination, and helplessness, increases perceived pain intensity and mental distress in CRPS patients. As […]

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Fatigue in Children and Adolescents: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study on Fatigue and Chronic Pain.

There are limited data on the prevalence and stability of fatigue in pediatrics, particularly among youth with chronic pain. Little is known about longitudinal effects of fatigue on health outcomes […]

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Increasing risk of cannabis use disorder among U.S. veterans with chronic pain: 2005-2019.

In the United States, cannabis is increasingly used to manage chronic pain. Veterans Health Administration (VHA) patients are disproportionately affected by pain and may use cannabis for symptom management. Because […]

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