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  • A Critical Appraisal of Current Recommendations for the Assessment and Treatment of Chronic Pain
  • A Role of Gut Microbiota in Chronic Visceral Pain Syndromes?
  • Acute and Chronic Pain after Surgery: Risk Factors and Preventive Strategies
  • Adding Insult to Injury: What Happens in Surgical Interventions for Pain Conditions?
  • Afferent Input vs. Central Sensitization: Which Is More Important in Chronic Pain?
  • Barriers in the Nervous System: Gateway for Painful Diseases and Delivery of Analgesics
  • Big Clinical Data as the Basic Staple of Learning Health Systems: Delivery of Best Pain Care at Lower Cost
  • Cannabinoids and Pain Management: An International Perspective on Research Priorities
  • Central Sensitization: How Can We Assess It in Humans?
  • Classifying Chronic Pain in ICD-11 for Clinical Practice and Research
  • Combination Pharmacotherapy for Pain: Preclinical and Clinical Perspectives
  • Current Data on the Efficacy of Noninvasive Cortical Stimulation for Chronic Pain and the Quest for More Efficacious Targets
  • Defining the Clinical Relevance of Autonomic Dysfunction to Visceral Pain States
  • Descending Modulation: Dynamic Systems Regulating Recovery from or Persistence of Pain with Direct Implications for Therapy
  • Distinct Forms and Phases of Neuroinflammation in Chronic Pain
  • Do We Need a New Approach to Communicating with Patients Suffering Chronic Pain? From Stigmatizing to Validating Responses
  • Does Pain Emerge from the Insula?
  • Dynamic Pain Connectome: Pathophysiology, Cognitive Modulation, and Multivariate Prediction of Acute and Chronic Pain
  • Epigenetics and the Development of Prolonged Pain
  • Evolution as a Screening Tool in Pain Mechanisms
  • Explaining Negative Studies of Analgesics in Cancer Pain: Poor Trial Methodology or Genuine Lack of Clinical Effect?
  • Great Expectations or Real Physiological Effects: What Is Underlying Analgesia Induced by Sham and Real Acupuncture?
  • How Children’s Experience of Pain Is Shaped and Can Be Changed: The Role of Learning and Memory, Expectations, and Attention
  • How Do Microglia, Astrocytes, Oligodendrocytes, and Stem Cells Regulate Neuroinflammation and Chronic Pain?
  • How Specific Joint Pain Mechanisms Can Translate into Clinic Manifestations and Drive Better Diagnosis and Development of New Drugs
  • How to Change the World: Three Approaches to Making Pain Management Part of Hospital Culture and Systems
  • Identification of the Objective Biomarker for Quantifying Pain: Validated Tools, Genetic Architecture and Neuroimaging
  • Improving Pain Treatment in Developing Countries: The Efforts of Three Non-Governmental Organizations to Eliminate Barriers to Adequate Pain Relief in the Context of Palliative Care
  • Inhibitory Interneurons in the Spinal Dorsal Horn: Recent Advances
  • Introducing Change in Management of Postoperative Pain: Can it Be Done in Developing Countries?
  • Knowledge Translation in Pain Research: The Push and the Pull
  • Leading Figures and the Clinical Observations that Shaped the Modern History of Pain
  • Making the Most of Your Data and Understanding the Literature: Sorting Out SNP Association, Gene-Based tests and Pathway Analyses Related to Chronic Pain
  • Mechanisms of Neuropathic Pain: Plasticity and Opportunities for Disease Modification
  • Mechanisms of Synaptic Plasticity in Neuropathic Pain
  • Neuropathic Pain after Spinal Cord Injury: Facilitating the Development of Novel therapeutics by Characterising Pain Types in the Clinic and in Experimental Animal Models
  • Neuropathic Pain in Infectious Diseases
  • Novel Synaptic Mechanisms in Chronic Pain
  • Novel Tools for Pain Drug Discovery: Insights from Human Sensory Neurons Research
  • Pain and the Immune System: Complex Cross-Talk as a Target for Treatment
  • Pain Education under Scrutiny: Who Needs it, Who Benefits, What Are the Methods, and What Are the Outcomes?
  • Pain in Arthritis; Induction and Maintenance of Pain by Immune Mechanisms
  • Pain Vulnerability: Why Do Only Some of Us Have to Suffer?
  • Pain, Mind, and Movement across the Lifespan: Integrating Science into Practice When Treating Pain in Children, Adults, and the Elderly
  • Painful Diabetic Neuropathy: A Clinical and Therapeutic Challenge
  • Paradigm Shifts in Headache and Pain Research: Mechanisms Guide Treatment Decisions
  • Placebo and Nocebo Pain Modulation: A Mechanism-Based Approach to Maximizing Analgesia and Minimizing Hyperalgesia
  • Plasticity in Emotion Networks in Chronic Pain
  • Postamputation Pain: An Update
  • Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Medical Management of Trigeminal Neuralgia
  • Recent Developments in the Use of Nonverbal Indicators of Pain in Dementia
  • Resilience in the Context of Pain: Different Theoretical Perspectives and Treatment Implications
  • Self-Management of Pain in Older Adults: Science and Application
  • Sensitization of Itch and Pain Pathways
  • Sex and Gender as Social-Contextual Factors in Pain
  • Silencing Nociceptors: New Technologies for Revealing Novel Mechanisms Underlying Neuropathic Pain
  • Small Fiber Pathology: Diagnostic Approaches and Pathophysiology of a Frequent Finding in Diverse Painful Conditions
  • Social Media for Improved #Pain Research Dissemination and Practice
  • Sustainability of Multidisciplinary Pain Centers
  • Taking Sides with Pain: Lateralized Phenomena in Pain and Pain-Related Comorbidities
  • The Immune Pathology of CRPS: A Reverse Translation from Patients to Mice
  • The Impacts of Compensation, Litigation, and Blame on Chronic Pain and Mental Health Following Traumatic Injury
  • The Interaction between Specific and Unspecific Effects in Pharmacotherapy
  • The Role of Neuro-Cutaneous Interactions Following Skin Injury and Disease in the Development of Neuropathic Pain
  • The Two Extremes: The Effect of Disuse and Exercise on the Pain Sensitivity
  • Toll-Like Receptor Pain Mechanisms
  • Using Current Evidence to Support Preclinical and Clinical Studies of Neuropathic Pain to Better Inform Each Other
  • Using Innovative Mobile Health (mHealth) Technology to Improve Acute and Chronic Pain: Where Are We Now, and Where Are We Going?
  • Why Do Migraine Attacks Develop, and How Do We Stop Them from Doing So?
  • Worldwide Epidemic of Opiates Prescriptions for Chronic Noncancer Pain and Associated Addiction and Deaths: A Perspective from Different Continents

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