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    1. Canavero, S; Bonicalzi, V
      Reversible central pain

      NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Gorman, AL; Yu, CG; Ruenes, GR; Daniels, L; Yezierski, RP
      Conditions affecting the onset, severity, and progression of a spontaneouspain-like behavior after excitotoxic spinal cord injury

      JOURNAL OF PAIN
    3. Olausson, H; Marchand, S; Bittar, RG; Bernier, J; Ptito, A; Bushnell, MC
      Central pain in a hemispherectomized patient

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN-LONDON
    4. Mills, CD; Hains, BC; Johnson, KM; Hulsebosch, CE
      Strain and model differences in behavioral outcomes after spinal cord injury in rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    5. Qiu, JX; Nesic, O; Ye, ZM; Rea, H; Westlund, KN; Xu, GY; McAdoo, D; Hulsebosch, CE; Perez-Polo, JR
      Bcl-x(L) expression after contusion to the rat spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    6. Keidel, M; Rieschke, P; Stude, P; Eisentraut, R; van Schayck, R; Diener, HC
      Antinociceptive reflex alteration in acute posttraumatic headache following whiplash injury

      PAIN
    7. Vick, PG; Lamer, TJ
      Treatment of central post-stroke pain with oral ketamine

      PAIN
    8. Abraham, KE; Brewer, KL
      Expression of c-fos mRNA is increased and related to dynorphin mRNA expression following excitotoxic spinal cord injury in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    9. Tanase, D; Martin, WA; Baghdoyan, HA; Lydic, R
      G protein activation in rat ponto-mesencephalic nuclei is enhanced by combined treatment with a mu opioid and an adenosine A(1) receptor agonist

      SLEEP
    10. Kwok, A; Lam, A; Ford, R
      Laparoscopic presacral neurectomy: A review

      OBSTETRICAL & GYNECOLOGICAL SURVEY
    11. Canavero, S; Bonicalzi, V
      Motor cortex stimulation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    12. Jensen, TS; Gottrup, H; Sindrup, SH; Bach, FW
      The clinical picture of neuropathic pain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Hains, BC; Fullwood, SD; Eaton, MJ; Hulsebosch, CE
      Subdural engraftment of serotonergic neurons following spinal hemisection restores spinal serotonin, downregulates serotonin transporter, and increases BDNF tissue content in rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Drew, GM; Siddall, PJ; Duggan, AW
      Responses of spinal neurones to cutaneous and dorsal root stimuli in rats with mechanical allodynia after contusive spinal cord injury

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Kwok, A; Lam, A; Ford, R
      Laparoscopic presacral neurectomy - retrospective series

      AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
    16. Ordia, JI; Fischer, E; Adamski, E; Spatz, EL
      Dysesthesia perceived as painful spasticity: A report of 3 cases

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    17. Ravenscroft, AJ
      Chronic pain after spinal cord injury: a survey of practice in spinal injury units in the USA

      SPINAL CORD
    18. Ravenscroft, A; Ahmed, YS; Burnside, IG
      Chronic pain after SCI. A patient survey

      SPINAL CORD
    19. Edwards, CL; Sudhakar, S; Scales, MT; Applegate, KL; Webster, W; Dunn, RH
      Electromyographic (EMG) biofeedback in the comprehensive treatment of central pain and ataxic tremor following thalamic stroke

      APPLIED PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY AND BIOFEEDBACK
    20. Munglani, R
      Neurobiological mechanisms underlying chronic whiplash associated pain: The peripheral maintenance of central sensitization

      JOURNAL OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN
    21. Benrud-Larson, LM; Wegener, ST
      Chronic pain in neurorehabilitation populations: Prevalence, severity and impact

      NEUROREHABILITATION
    22. Nicholson, K
      An overview of pain problems associated with lesions, disorder or dysfunction of the central nervous system

      NEUROREHABILITATION
    23. Peyron, R; Laurent, B; Garcia-Larrea, L
      Functional imaging of brain responses to pain. A review and meta-analysis (2000)

      NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE CLINIQUE-CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Canavero, S; Paolotti, R
      Extradural motor cortex stimulation for advanced Parkinson's disease: Casereport

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    25. Nurmikko, TJ
      Mechanisms of central pain

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF PAIN
    26. 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
    27. Weng, HR; Lee, JI; Lenz, FA; Schwartz, A; Vierck, C; Rowland, L; Dougherty, PM
      Functional plasticity in primate somatosensory thalamus following chronic lesion of the ventral lateral spinal cord

      NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Bennett, AD; Chastain, KM; Hulsebosch, CE
      Alleviation of mechanical and thermal allodynia by CGRP(8-37) in a rodent model of chronic central pain

      PAIN
    29. Carroll, D; Joint, C; Maartens, N; Shlugman, D; Stein, J; Aziz, TZ
      Motor cortex stimulation for chronic neuropathic pain: a preliminary studyof 10 cases

      PAIN
    30. Peyron, R; Garcia-Larrea, L; Gregoire, MC; Convers, P; Richard, A; Lavenne, F; Barral, FG; Mauguiere, F; Michel, D; Laurent, B
      Parietal and cingulate processes in central pain. A combined positron emission tomography (PET) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study of an unusual case

      PAIN
    31. LaBuda, CJ; Cutler, TD; Dougherty, PM; Fuchs, PN
      Mechanical and thermal hypersensitivity develops following kainate lesion of the ventral posterior lateral thalamus in rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    32. Hao, JX; Xu, XJ; Urban, L; Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z
      Repeated administration of systemic gabapentin alleviates allodynia-like behaviors in spinally injured rats

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    33. Zonenshayn, M; Mogilner, AY; Rezai, AR
      Neurostimulation and functional brain imaging

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    34. Womer, DE; Shannon, HE
      Reversal of pertussis toxin-induced thermal allodynia by muscarinic cholinergic agonists in mice

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    35. Womer, DE; Shannon, HE
      Pharmacologic reversal of pertussis toxin-induced thermal allodynia in mice

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    36. Attal, N; Gaude, V; Brasseur, L; Dupuy, M; Guirimand, F; Parker, F; Bouhassira, D
      Intravenous lidocaine in central pain - A double-blind, placebo-controlled, psychophysical study

      NEUROLOGY
    37. Krenz, NR; Weaver, LC
      Nerve growth factor in glia and inflammatory cells of the injured rat spinal cord

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    38. Hering-Hanit, R; Gadoth, N
      Baclofen in cluster headache

      HEADACHE
    39. Mills, CD; Fullwood, SD; Hulsebosch, CE
      Changes in metabotropic glutamate receptor expression following spinal cord injury

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    40. Hains, BC; Chastain, KM; Everhart, AW; McAdoo, DJ; Hulsebosch, CE
      Transplants of adrenal medullary chromaffin cells reduce forelimb and hindlimb allodynia in a rodent model of chronic central pain after spinal cord hemisection injury

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    41. Morrow, TJ; Paulson, PE; Brewer, KL; Yezierski, RP; Casey, KL
      Chronic, selective forebrain responses to excitotoxic dorsal horn injury

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    42. Holland, CT; Charles, JA; Smith, SH; Cortaville, PE
      Hemihyperaesthesia and hyperresponsiveness resembling central pain syndrome in a dog with a forebrain oligodendroglioma

      AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL
    43. von Heijne, M; Hao, JX; Sollevi, A; Xu, XJ; Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z
      Marked enhancement of anti-allodynic effect by combined intrathecal administration of the adenosine A(1)-receptor agonist R-phenylisopropyladenosine and morphine in a rat model of central pain

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    44. Bowsher, D
      Central pain following spinal and supraspinal lesions

      SPINAL CORD
    45. Ravenscroft, A; Ahmed, YS; Burnside, IG
      Chronic pain after spinal cord injury: a survey of practice in UK spinal injury units

      SPINAL CORD
    46. von Heijne, M; Hao, JX; Sollevi, A; Xu, XJ
      Intrathecal adenosine does not relieve allodynia-like behavior in spinallyinjured rats

      NEUROREPORT
    47. Yu, W; Hao, JX; Xu, XJ; Hokfelt, T; Elde, R; Wiesenfeld-Hallin, Z
      Spinal cord ischemia reduces mu-opioid receptors in rats: correlation withmorphine insensitivity

      NEUROREPORT
    48. Hering-Hanit, R
      Baclofen for prevention of migraine

      CEPHALALGIA
    49. Saade, NE; Kafrouni, AI; Saab, CY; Atweh, SF; Jabbur, SJ
      Chronic thalamotomy increases pain-related behavior in rats

      PAIN
    50. Vierck, CJ; Light, AR
      Effects of combined hemotoxic and anterolateral spinal lesions on nociceptive sensitivity

      PAIN
    51. Pitcher, GM; Ritchie, J; Henry, JL
      Nerve constriction in the rat: model of neuropathic, surgical and central pain

      PAIN
    52. Wu, Q; Garcia-Larrea, L; Mertens, P; Beschet, A; Sindou, M; Mauguiere, F
      Hyperalgesia with reduced laser evoked potentials in neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    53. Scholz, J; Vieregge, P; Moser, A
      Central pain as a manifestation of partial epileptic seizures

      PAIN
    54. Temple, JL; Bradshaw, HB; Wood, E; Berkley, KJ
      Effects of hypogastric neurectomy on escape responses to uterine distention in the rat

      PAIN
    55. Bezard, E; Boraud, T; Nguyen, JP; Velasco, F; Keravel, Y; Gross, C
      Cortical stimulation and epileptic seizure: A study of the potential risk in primates

      NEUROSURGERY
    56. Kim, JS; Choi-Kwon, S
      Sensory sequelae of medullary infarction - Differences between lateral andmedial medullary syndrome

      STROKE
    57. Canavero, S; Bonicalzi, V; Castellano, G; Perozzo, P; Massa-Micon, B
      Painful supernumerary phantom arm following motor cortex stimulation for central poststroke pain - Case report

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    58. Fukuhara, T; McKhann, GM; Santiago, P; Eskridge, JM; Loeser, JD; Winn, HR
      Resolution of central pain after embolization of an arteriovenous malformation - Case report

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    59. Kim, JS
      Aggravation of poststroke sensory symptoms after a second stroke on the opposite side

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    60. Kirsteins, AE; Black-Schaffer, RM; Harvey, RL
      Stroke rehabilitation. 3. Rehabilitation management

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    61. Gamble, GE; Jones, AKP; Tyrrell, PJ
      Shoulder pain after stroke: case report and review

      ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES
    62. EIDE PK
      PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF CENTRAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN AFTER SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Spinal cord
    63. MESCHIA JF; BRUNO A
      POSTSTROKE COMPLICATIONS - EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PROSPECTS FOR PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTION DURING REHABILITATION

      CNS DRUGS
    64. LORENZ J; KOHLHOFF H; HANSEN HC; KUNZE K; BROMM B
      A-BETA-FIBER MEDIATED ACTIVATION OF CINGULATE CORTEX AS CORRELATE OF CENTRAL POSTSTROKE PAIN

      NeuroReport
    65. KOYAMA T; ARAKAWA Y; SHIBATA M; MASHIMO T; YOSHIYA I
      EFFECT OF BARBITURATE ON CENTRAL PAIN - DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION AND ORAL-ADMINISTRATION

      The Clinical journal of pain
    66. Beric, A
      Central pain and dysesthesia syndrome

      NEUROLOGIC CLINICS
    67. NESS TJ; SANPEDRO EC; RICHARDS JS; KEZAR L; LIU HG; MOUNTZ JM
      A CASE OF SPINAL-CORD INJURY-RELATED PAIN WITH BASE-LINE RCBF BRAIN SPECT IMAGING AND BENEFICIAL RESPONSE TO GABAPENTIN

      Pain
    68. BERMAN JS; BIRCH R; ANAND P
      PAIN FOLLOWING HUMAN BRACHIAL-PLEXUS INJURY WITH SPINAL-CORD ROOT AVULSION AND THE EFFECT OF SURGERY

      Pain
    69. ATTAL N; BRASSEUR L; CHAUVIN M; BOUHASSIRA D
      A CASE OF PURE DYNAMIC MECHANO-ALLODYNIA DUE TO A LESION OF THE SPINAL-CORD - PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

      Pain
    70. YEZIERSKI RP; LIU S; RUENES GL; KAJANDER KJ; BREWER KL
      EXCITOTOXIC SPINAL-CORD INJURY - BEHAVIORAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL-CHARACTERISTICS OF A CENTRAL PAIN MODEL

      Pain
    71. CANAVERO S; BONICALZI V
      THE NEUROCHEMISTRY OF CENTRAL PAIN - EVIDENCE FROM CLINICAL-STUDIES, HYPOTHESIS AND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS

      Pain
    72. SJOLUND KF; VONHEIJNE M; HAO JX; XU XJ; SOLLEVI A; WIESENFELDHALLIN Z
      INTRATHECAL ADMINISTRATION OF THE ADENOSINE A(1) RECEPTOR AGONIST R-PHENYLISOPROPYL ADENOSINE REDUCES PRESUMED PAIN BEHAVIOR IN A RAT MODELOF CENTRAL PAIN

      Neuroscience letters
    73. KATAYAMA Y; FUKAYA C; YAMAMOTO T
      POSTSTROKE PAIN CONTROL BY CHRONIC MOTOR CORTEX STIMULATION - NEUROLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS PREDICTING A FAVORABLE RESPONSE

      Journal of neurosurgery
    74. HAO JX; YU W; XU XJ
      EVIDENCE THAT SPINAL ENDOGENOUS OPIOIDERGIC SYSTEMS CONTROL THE EXPRESSION OF CHRONIC PAIN-RELATED BEHAVIORS IN SPINALLY INJURED RATS

      Experimental Brain Research
    75. Kim, JS
      Delayed-onset ipsilateral sensory symptoms in patients with central poststroke pain

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    76. BROMM B; LORENZ J
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF PAIN

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    77. BREWER KL; YEZIERSKI RP
      EFFECTS OF ADRENAL-MEDULLARY TRANSPLANTS ON PAIN-RELATED BEHAVIORS FOLLOWING EXCITOTOXIC SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Brain research
    78. PEYRON R; GARCIALARREA L; GREGOIRE MC; CONVERS P; LAVENNE F; VEYRE L; FROMENT JC; MAUGUIERE F; MICHEL D; LAURENT B
      ALLODYNIA AFTER LATERAL-MEDULLARY (WALLENBERG) INFARCT - A PET STUDY

      Brain
    79. KARLSTEN R; GORDH T
      HOW DO DRUGS RELIEVE NEUROGENIC PAIN

      Drugs & aging
    80. PARISE M; GARCIALARREA L; MERTENS P; SINDOU M; MAUGUIERE F
      CLINICAL USE OF POLYSYNAPTIC FLEXION REFLEXES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPASTICITY WITH INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    81. TANAKA S; OSARI S; OZAWA M; YAMANOUCHI H; GOTO Y; MATSUDA H; NONAKA I
      RECURRENT PAIN ATTACKS IN A 3-YEAR-OLD PATIENT WITH MYOCLONUS EPILEPSY ASSOCIATED WITH RAGGED-RED FIBERS (MERRF) - A SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSIONCOMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC (SPECT) AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Brain & development
    82. BERIC A
      POST-SPINAL CORD INJURY PAIN STATES

      Pain
    83. MEYERSON BA
      PHARMACOLOGICAL TESTS IN PAIN ANALYSIS AND IN PREDICTION OF TREATMENTOUTCOME

      Pain
    84. GREENSPAN JD; JOY SE; MCGILLIS SLB; CHECKOSKY CM; BOLANOWSKI SJ
      A LONGITUDINAL-STUDY OF SOMATESTHETIC PERCEPTUAL DISORDERS IN AN INDIVIDUAL WITH A UNILATERAL THALAMIC LESION

      Pain
    85. CANAVERO S; BONICALZI V; MASSAMICON B
      CENTRAL NEUROGENIC PRURITUS - A LITERATURE-REVIEW

      Acta neurologica belgica
    86. MONTAGNECLAVEL J; OLIVERAS JL
      CHOLINERGIC MODULATION OF THE PICROTOXIN-INDUCED ELECTROCORTICOGRAPHICAL EVENTS AND BEHAVIORAL PAIN-LIKE SYMPTOMS AT SOMATOMOTOR CORTICAL LEVEL IN THE RAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    87. SAADE NE; ATWEH SF; BAHUTH NB; JABBUR SJ
      AUGMENTATION OF NOCICEPTIVE REFLEXES AND CHRONIC DEAFFERENTATION PAINBY CHEMICAL LESIONS OF EITHER DOPAMINERGIC TERMINALS OR MIDBRAIN DOPAMINERGIC-NEURONS

      Brain research
    88. BOWSHER D
      CENTRAL PAIN OF SPINAL ORIGIN

      Spinal cord
    89. LOUBSER PG; AKMAN NM
      EFFECTS OF INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN ON CHRONIC SPINAL-CORD INJURY PAIN

      Journal of pain and symptom management
    90. FORD B; LOUIS ED; GREENE P; FAHN S
      ORAL AND GENITAL PAIN SYNDROMES IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Movement disorders
    91. YEZIERSKI RP
      PAIN FOLLOWING SPINAL-CORD INJURY - THE CLINICAL PROBLEM AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES

      Pain
    92. CHRISTENSEN MD; EVERHART AW; PICKELMAN JT; HULSEBOSCH CE
      MECHANICAL AND THERMAL ALLODYNIA IN CHRONIC CENTRAL PAIN FOLLOWING SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Pain
    93. CANAVERO S; BONICALZI V
      LAMOTRIGINE CONTROL OF CENTRAL PAIN

      Pain
    94. HAO JX; XU XJ
      TREATMENT OF A CHRONIC ALLODYNIA-LIKE RESPONSE IN SPINALLY INJURED RATS - EFFECTS OF SYSTEMICALLY ADMINISTERED EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS

      Pain
    95. CANAVERO S
      BILATERAL CENTRAL PAIN

      Acta neurologica belgica
    96. STILLER CO; CUI JG; OCONNOR WT; BRODIN E; MEYERSON BA; LINDEROTH B
      RELEASE OF GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID IN THE DORSAL HORN AND SUPPRESSIONOF TACTILE ALLODYNIA BY SPINAL-CORD STIMULATION IN MONONEUROPATHIC RATS

      Neurosurgery
    97. POLUSHKINA NR; YAHNO NN
      THE CENTRAL PAIN

      Zurnal nevropatologii i psihiatrii im. S.S. Korsakova
    98. OLIVERAS JL; MONTAGNECLAVEL J
      PICROTOXIN PRODUCES A CENTRAL PAIN-LIKE SYNDROME WHEN MICROINJECTED INTO THE SOMATO-MOTOR CORTEX OF THE RAT

      Physiology & behavior
    99. ORDIA JI; FISCHER E; ADAMSKI E; SPATZ EL
      CHRONIC INTRATHECAL DELIVERY OF BACLOFEN BY A PROGRAMMABLE PUMP FOR THE TREATMENT OF SEVERE SPASTICITY

      Journal of neurosurgery
    100. MILHORAT TH; MU HTM; LAMOTTE CC; MILHORAT AT
      DISTRIBUTION OF SUBSTANCE-P IN THE SPINAL-CORD OF PATIENTS WITH SYRINGOMYELIA

      Journal of neurosurgery


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