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Study: Activity in dorsal posterior insula related to pain intensity

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 11, 2015

A 17-volunteer brain-imaging study suggests the dorsal posterior insula is important for the perception of pain intensity, University of Oxford researchers wrote in Nature Neuroscience. The researchers said changing dorsal posterior insula activity correlated with reports of pain intensity. HealthDay News (03/09)


Pain studies focus on drugs that do not cause euphoria

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 18, 2015

Survey data link pain with sleep deficits

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 04, 2015

Study: Little pain relief with long-term NSAIDs for knee OA

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 11, 2015

Pain levels may affect patient satisfaction, study says

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 18, 2015

Scoring tool may help predict post-surgery chronic pain

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 04, 2015

Spider venom may be potential pain blocker, study finds

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 04, 2015

Study: Abuse-deterrent formulation of OxyContin changed abuse patterns

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 18, 2015

Study looks at physical, psychosocial triggers for lower-back pain

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

Study: Spine imaging not associated with less back pain

American Pain Society SmartBrief | Mar 18, 2015


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