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    1. Stetkarova, I; Kofler, M; Leis, AA
      Cutaneous and mixed nerve silent periods in syringomyelia

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Shankland, WE
      Migraine and tension-type headache reduction through pericranial muscular suppression: A preliminary report

      CRANIO-THE JOURNAL OF CRANIOMANDIBULAR PRACTICE
    3. Keidel, M; Rieschke, P; Stude, P; Eisentraut, R; van Schayck, R; Diener, HC
      Antinociceptive reflex alteration in acute posttraumatic headache following whiplash injury

      PAIN
    4. France, CR; Suchowiecki, S
      Assessing supraspinal modulation of pain perception in individuals at riskfor hypertension

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Aktekin, B; Yaltkaya, K; Ozkaynak, S; Oguz, Y
      Recovery cycle of the blink reflex and exteroceptive suppression of temporalis muscle activity in migraine and tension-type headache

      HEADACHE
    6. Macaluso, GM; Graven-Nielsen, T; Svensson, P
      Conditioning of heteronymous H reflex in human temporalis muscle by stimulation of perioral afferents

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Quartarone, A; Girlanda, P; Di Lazzaro, V; Majorana, G; Battaglia, F; Messina, C
      Short latency trigemino-sternocleidomastoid response in muscles in patients with spasmodic torticollis and blepharospasm

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Cruccu, G; Deuschl, G
      The clinical use of brainstem reflexes and hand-muscle reflexes

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Jensen, R; Olesen, J
      Tension-type headache: an update on mechanisms and treatment

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    10. Wibbeke, B; Evers, S; Husstedt, IW
      Headaches in HIV infection - Epidemiology, pathophysiology and treatment

      SCHMERZ
    11. Lipchik, GL; Holroyd, KA; O'Donnell, FJ; Cordingley, GE; Waller, S; Labus, J; Davis, MK; French, DJ
      Exteroceptive suppression periods and pericranial muscle tenderness in chronic tension-type headache: effects of psychopathology, chronicity and disability

      CEPHALALGIA
    12. Bendtsen, L; Jensen, R
      Amitriptyline reduces myofascial tenderness in patients with chronic tension-type headache

      CEPHALALGIA
    13. Bendtsen, L
      Central sensitization in tension-type headache - possible pathophysiological mechanisms

      CEPHALALGIA
    14. Maschke, M; Kolb, FP; Drepper, J; Peper, M; Lachauer, S; Muller, SP; Diener, HC; Timmann, D
      A possible role of the human cerebellum in conditioning of the jaw-openingreflex

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    15. Boureau, F; Delorme, T; Doubrere, JF
      Mechanisms of myofascial pain.

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    16. Neufeld, JD; Holroyd, KA; Lipchik, GL
      Dynamic assessment of abnormalities in central pain transmission and modulation in tension-type headache sufferers

      HEADACHE
    17. Romaniello, A; Svensson, P; Cruccu, G; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Modulation of exteroceptive suppression periods in human jaw-closing muscles induced by summation of nociceptive and non-nociceptive inputs

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    18. Hansen, PO; Svensson, P; Arendt-Nielsen, L; Jensen, TS
      Relation between perceived stimulus intensity and exteroceptive reflex responses in the human masseter muscles

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Masson, C
      Tension headache: a problem overlooked by the medias

      PRESSE MEDICALE
    20. Jensen, R
      Pathophysiological mechanisms of tension-type headache: a review of epidemiological and experimental studies

      CEPHALALGIA
    21. Okdeh, AM; Lyons, MF; Cadden, SW
      The study of jaw reflexes evoked by electrical stimulation of the lip: theimportance of stimulus intensity and polarity

      JOURNAL OF ORAL REHABILITATION
    22. Wang, KL; Svensson, P; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Modulation of exteroceptive suppression periods in human jaw-closing muscles by local and remote experimental muscle pain

      PAIN
    23. Munk, A; Pfluger, R
      1-alpha equivariant confidence rules for convex alternatives are alpha/2-level tests - With applications to the multivariate assessment of bioequivalence

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION
    24. DELAAT A; SVENSSON P; MACALUSO GM
      ARE JAW AND FACIAL REFLEXES MODULATED DURING CLINICAL OR EXPERIMENTALOROFACIAL PAIN

      Journal of orofacial pain
    25. Andersen, OK; Svensson, P; Ellrich, J; Arendt-Nielsen, L
      Conditioning of the masseter inhibitory reflex by homotopically applied painful heat in humans

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. Wittrock, DA; Myers, TC
      The comparison of individuals with recurrent tension-type headache and headache-free controls in physiological response, appraisal, and coping with stressors: A review of the literature

      ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    27. BUCHMANN J
      TREATMENT OF TENSION-TYPE HEADACHES - RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE DEUTSCHEMIGRANE UND KOPFSCHMERZGESELLSCHAFT

      Nervenheilkunde
    28. FEGERS S; KRAUSE WR; STEUBER H; WORZ R
      PSYCHIATRIC PAIN DIAGNOSTIC, PART-III - SOMATIC DIAGNOSTIC

      Nervenheilkunde
    29. SVENSSON P; BAKKE M; MICHLER L; ARENDTNIELSEN L; MOLLER E
      TRIGEMINAL RESPONSES EVOKED BY PAINFUL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION

      Journal of oral rehabilitation
    30. MAIXNER W; FILLINGIM R; SIGURDSSON A; KINCAID S; SILVA S
      SENSITIVITY OF PATIENTS WITH PAINFUL TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS TO EXPERIMENTALLY EVOKED PAIN - EVIDENCE FOR ALTERED TEMPORAL SUMMATION OFPAIN

      Pain
    31. HOPF HC; DEUSCHL G
      DIAGNOSTIC VALIDITY OF BRAIN-STEM REFLEXE S

      Aktuelle Neurologie
    32. SVENSSON P; DELAAT A; GRAVENNIELSEN T; ARENDTNIELSEN L
      EXPERIMENTAL JAW-MUSCLE PAIN DOES NOT CHANGE HETERONYMOUS H-REFLEXES IN THE HUMAN TEMPORALIS MUSCLE

      Experimental Brain Research
    33. SCHEPELMANN K; DANNHAUSEN M; KOTTER I; SCHABET M; DICHGANS J
      EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TEMPORALIS MUSCLE-ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA, TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE, AND NORMAL CONTROLS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    34. MIWA H; NOHARA C; HOTTA M; SHIMO Y; AMEMIYA K
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED BLINK RESPONSE - INVESTIGATION OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISM

      Brain
    35. HANSEN PO; SVENSSON P; NIELSEN J; ARENDTNIELSEN L; JENSEN TS
      EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF MASSETER MUSCLE - ASSESSMENT OF 2 METHODS FOR QUANTITATING SUPPRESSION PERIODS

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    36. NEUFELD J; HOLROYD K; LIPCHIK G
      DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT OF CENTRAL ANTINOCICEPTIVE FUNCTIONING USING A LABORATORY MODEL OF TENSION HEADACHE

      Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback
    37. CONNEMANN BJ; URBAN PP; LUTTKOPF V; HOPF HC
      A FULLY AUTOMATED-SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF MASSETER SILENT PERIODS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    38. SCHOENEN J
      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF HEADACHE

      Neurologic clinics
    39. LOZZA A; SCHOENEN J; DELWAIDE PJ
      INHIBITION OF THE BLINK REFLEX R2 COMPONENT AFTER SUPRAORBITAL AND INDEX FINGER STIMULATIONS IS REDUCED IN CLUSTER HEADACHE - AN INDICATIONFOR BOTH SEGMENTAL AND SUPRASEGMENTAL DYSFUNCTION

      Pain
    40. STRACHUNSKAYA EY
      ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF TENS ION-TYPE HEADACHE

      Zurnal nevropatologii i psihiatrii im. S.S. Korsakova
    41. LIPCHIK GL; HOLROYD KA; TALBOT F; GREER M
      PERICRANIAL MUSCLE TENDERNESS AND EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TEMPORALIS MUSCLE-ACTIVITY - A BLIND-STUDY OF CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE

      Headache
    42. ROKICKI LA; HOLROYD KA; FRANCE CR; LIPCHIK GL; FRANCE JL; KVAAL SA
      CHANGE MECHANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH COMBINED RELAXATION EMG BIOFEEDBACKTRAINING FOR CHRONIC TENSION HEADACHE/

      Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback
    43. BENDTSEN L; JENSEN R; OLESEN J
      AMITRIPTYLINE, A COMBINED SEROTONIN AND NORADRENALINE REUPTAKE INHIBITOR, REDUCES EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TEMPORAL MUSCLE-ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    44. LIPCHIK GL; HOLROYD KA; FRANCE CR; KVAAL SA; SEGAL D; CORDINGLEY GE; ROKICKI LA; MCCOOL HR
      CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL MECHANISMS IN CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE

      Pain
    45. FRANCE CR; FRENCH DJ; PAGE GD; BONK VA; MEADE MA; STEWART KM; HOLROYD KA
      EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TEMPORALIS AND MASSETER MUSCLE-ACTIVITY IS ENHANCED IN OFFSPRING OF HYPERTENSIVES

      Psychophysiology
    46. GOBEL H; FRESENIUS J; HEINZE A; DWORSCHAK M; SOYKA D
      EFFECTIVENESS OF PEPPERMINT OIL AND PARAC ETAMOL IN THE TREATMENT OF TENSION HEADACHE

      Nervenarzt
    47. GOBEL H; DWORSCHAK M
      EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TEMPORALIS M USCLE-ACTIVITY - PRINCIPLESAND APPLICATION

      Nervenarzt
    48. STEINHOFF BJ; FANGMEYER B; REIMERS CD; PAULUS W
      INFLUENCE OF EPILEPSY AND ANTIEPILEPTIC D RUG-TREATMENT ON THE EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF THE TEMPORALIS MUSCLE-ACTIVITY

      EEG-EMG
    49. BUCHER SF; TRENKWALDER C; OERTEL WH
      REFLEX STUDIES AND MRI IN THE RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    50. GOBEL H; SCHMIDT G; DWORSCHAK M; STOLZE H; HEUSS D
      ESSENTIAL PLANT OILS AND HEADACHE MECHANISMS

      Phytomedicine
    51. WALLASCH TM
      NEUROVASCULAR FEATURES IN CHRONIC HEADACH E - A TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER ULTRASOUND STUDY

      Nervenheilkunde
    52. SCHOENEN J
      GUIDELINES FOR TRIALS OF DRUG TREATMENTS IN TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE - FIRST EDITION - INTERNATIONAL-HEADACHE-SOCIETY COMMITTEE ON CLINICAL-TRIALS

      Cephalalgia
    53. ANDERSEN OK; JENSEN LM; BRENNUM J; ARENDTNIELSEN L
      MODULATION OF THE HUMAN NOCICEPTIVE REFLEX BY CYCLIC MOVEMENTS

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    54. HASSFELD S; SCHUCHARDT V; GEISLER H; MEINCK HM
      MASSETER INHIBITORY REFLEX THRESHOLD - A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF TRIGEMINAL NERVE LESIONS

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    55. WANG W; DEPASQUA V; GERARD P; SCHOENEN J
      SPECIFICITY AND SENSITIVITY OF TEMPORALIS ES2 MEASUREMENTS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHRONIC PRIMARY HEADACHES

      Headache
    56. SAKAI F; EBIHARA S; AKIYAMA M; HORIKAWA M
      PERICRANIAL MUSCLE HARDNESS IN TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE - A NONINVASIVE MEASUREMENT METHOD AND ITS CLINICAL-APPLICATION

      Brain
    57. GOBEL H; SCHMIDT G; SOYKA D
      EFFECT OF PEPPERMINT AND EUCALYPTUS OIL PREPARATIONS ON NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALGESIMETRIC HEADACHE PARAMETERS

      Cephalalgia
    58. GOBEL H; KRAPAT S; DWORSCHAK M; HEUSS D; ENSINK FBM; SOYKA D
      EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION OF TEMPORALIS MUSCLE-ACTIVITY DURING MIGRAINE ATTACK AND MIGRAINE INTERVAL BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT WITH SUMATRIPTAN

      Cephalalgia
    59. WANG W; SCHOENEN J
      REDUCTION OF TEMPORALIS EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION BY PERIPHERAL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION IN MIGRAINE AND TENSION-TYPE HEADACHES

      Pain
    60. GOBEL H; HAMOUZ V; HANSEN C; HEININGER K; HIRSCH S; LINDNER V; HEUSS D; SOYKA D
      CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE - AMITRIPTYLINE REDUCES CLINICAL HEADACHE-DURATION AND EXPERIMENTAL PAIN SENSITIVITY BUT DOES NOT ALTER PERICRANIAL MUSCLE-ACTIVITY READINGS

      Pain
    61. ARENDTNIELSEN L; BRENNUM J; SINDRUP S; BAK P
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOPHYSICAL QUANTIFICATION OF TEMPORAL SUMMATION IN THE HUMAN NOCICEPTIVE SYSTEM

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    62. KEIDEL M; RIESCHKE P; JUPTNER M; DIENER HC
      IMPAIRED JAW OPENING REFLEX IN WHIPLASH I NJURY

      Nervenarzt
    63. GOBEL H; HAMOUZ V; HANSEN C; HEININGER K; HIRSCH S; LINDNER V; HEUSS D; SOYKA D
      AMITRIPTYLINE IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE

      Nervenarzt
    64. RAUDINO F
      IS TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DYSFUNCTION A CRANIAL DYSTONIA - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Headache
    65. SMITS MG; VANDERMEER YG; PFEIL JPJM; RIJNIERSE JJMM; VOS AJM
      PERIMENSTRUAL MIGRAINE - EFFECT OF ESTRADERM-TTS(R) AND THE VALUE OF CONTINGENT NEGATIVE-VARIATION AND EXTEROCEPTIVE TEMPORALIS MUSCLE SUPPRESSION TEST

      Headache
    66. SCHOENEN J; WANG W; GERARD P
      MODULATION OF TEMPORALIS MUSCLE EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION BY LIMB STIMULI IN NORMAL MAN

      Brain research
    67. BRODIN P; TURKER KS
      EVOCATION OF EITHER EXCITATORY OR INHIBITORY REFLEX RESPONSES IN HUMAN MASSETER MUSCLE BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE LIP AT VARYING INTENSITIES

      Archives of oral biology
    68. SILBERSTEIN SD
      TENSION-TYPE AND CHRONIC DAILY HEADACHE

      Neurology
    69. LIEPERT J; TEGENTHOFF M; MALIN JP
      THE EXTEROCEPTIVE SUPPRESSION PERIOD OF T EMPORAL MUSCLE-ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH HEMIPARESIS AFTER ACUTE VASCULAR INSULTS

      EEG-EMG


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