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1. Incidence and prevalence of phantom limb sensations, telescoping, and phantom limb pain following amputation: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Incidence and prevalence of phantom limb sensations, telescoping, and phantom limb pain following amputation: a systematic review and meta-analysis Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content

2019 PROSPERO

2. General Pathways of Pain Sensation and the Major Neurotransmitters Involved in Pain Regulation (PubMed)

General Pathways of Pain Sensation and the Major Neurotransmitters Involved in Pain Regulation Pain has been considered as a concept of sensation that we feel as a reaction to the stimulus of our surrounding, putting us in harm's way and acting as a form of defense mechanism that our body has permanently installed into its system. However, pain leads to a huge chunk of finances within the healthcare system with continuous rehabilitation of patients with adverse pain sensations, which might (...) reduce not only their quality of life but also their productivity at work setting back the pace of our economy. It may not look like a huge deal but factor in pain as an issue for majority of us, it becomes an economical burden. Although pain has been researched into and understood by numerous researches, from its definition, mechanism of action to its inhibition in hopes of finding an absolute solution for victims of pain, the pathways of pain sensation, neurotransmitters involved in producing

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2018 International journal of molecular sciences

3. Mapping the Affective Dimension of Embodiment with the Sensation Manikin: Validation Among Chronic Pain Patients and Modification by Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement. (PubMed)

Mapping the Affective Dimension of Embodiment with the Sensation Manikin: Validation Among Chronic Pain Patients and Modification by Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement. Mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) target novel pain relief mechanisms not captured by legacy pain scales, including 1) cultivating awareness of pleasant and neutral sensations proximal to unpleasant sensations and 2) interoceptively mapping sensation locations and spatial distributions.We created a digital sensation (...) manikin (SM), by overlaying a human figure silhouette with a grid of 469 "sensation" pixels. A series of five research questions examined the SM's discriminant validity, construct validity, incremental validity, convergence with an objective measure of pain attentional bias, and sensitivity to a mindfulness-based psychological treatment. A sample of opioid treated chronic pain patients (n=108, Age=53.79±12.94, Female=65%) was recruited to answer research questions 1-5, and a sample of healthy controls

2019 Psychosomatic Medicine

4. Is the Organisation of the Primary Motor Cortex in Low Back Pain Related to Pain, Movement and/or Sensation? (PubMed)

Is the Organisation of the Primary Motor Cortex in Low Back Pain Related to Pain, Movement and/or Sensation? Primary motor cortex (M1) organization differs between individuals with and without chronic low back pain (CLBP), in parallel with motor and sensory impairments. This study investigated whether movement behaviour and tactile/pain sensation are related to M1 organisation in CLBP.Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was used to map the M1 representation of the erector spinae (...) and multifidus muscles in 20 participants with and without CLBP. Cortical organisation was quantified by: map volume; center of gravity (CoG); number of peaks; and primary and secondary peak location. Movement behaviour was assessed as the ability to dissociate lumbar from thorax motion and sensory function as two-point discrimination, pressure pain thresholds, and pain intensity (visual analogue scale).People with CLBP showed more anterior location of the CoG than controls. Map peaks were more numerous

2017 Clinical Journal of Pain

5. Painful decisions: How classifying sensations can change the experience of pain. (PubMed)

Painful decisions: How classifying sensations can change the experience of pain. Categorizing perceptual stimuli is a mechanism for facilitating the processing of sensory input from our environment. This facilitation of perception is achieved through generalization (assimilation) of stimulus characteristics within categories and accentuation between categories. These categorization processes have been demonstrated in visual, auditory, tactile and social perception, but never in pain (...) perception.We presented participants with six thermal noxious stimuli, increasing in steps of 0.5 °C. In an experimental group, stimuli were assigned to two categories labelled A and B containing the three lower (A1, A2, A3) and three higher (B1, B2, B3) stimuli. A control group did not receive such category information (stimuli were labelled S1-S6). In a first part of the experiment, participants simply rated pain intensity and unpleasantness for all stimuli. In a second part, we presented stimuli without

2017 European Journal of Pain Controlled trial quality: uncertain

6. Identifying criteria for diagnosis of post-traumatic pain and altered sensation of the maxillary and mandibular branches of the trigeminal nerve: a systematic review.

Identifying criteria for diagnosis of post-traumatic pain and altered sensation of the maxillary and mandibular branches of the trigeminal nerve: a systematic review. The aim of the study was to systematically identify criteria used to diagnose patients with trigeminal nerve injury.A systematic review of the literature registered in the PROSPERO database. Inclusion criteria were patients diagnosed with nerve injury of the sensory divisions of the maxillary or mandibular branches (...) of the trigeminal nerve, with reported tests and criteria used for diagnosis and persistent pain or unpleasant sensation associated with nerve injury.In total, 28 articles were included. Diagnostic tests included clinical neurosensory tests (89%), thermal quantitative sensory testing (QST; 25%), electromyography (7%), and patient interview (14%). Neuropathic pain was assessed by using the visual analogue scale (39%); patient use of neuropathic medication (7%); questionnaires, including McGill and PainDETECT (21

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2018 Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and oral radiology

7. Extracellular N-acetylaspartylglutamate released in the nucleus accumbens modulates the pain sensation: Analysis using a microdialysis/mass spectrometry integrated system (PubMed)

Extracellular N-acetylaspartylglutamate released in the nucleus accumbens modulates the pain sensation: Analysis using a microdialysis/mass spectrometry integrated system Various small molecules act as neurotransmitters and orchestrate neural communication. Growing evidence suggests that not only classical neurotransmitters but also several small molecules, including amino acid derivatives, modulate synaptic transmission. As conditions of acute and chronic pain alter neuronal excitability (...) in the nucleus accumbens, we hypothesized that small molecules released in the nucleus accumbens might play important roles in modulating the pain sensation. However, it is not easy to identify possible pain modulators owing to the absence of a method for comprehensively measuring extracellular small molecules in the brain. In this study, through the use of an emerging metabolomics technique, namely ion chromatography coupled with high-resolution mass spectrometry, we simultaneously analyzed the dynamics

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2018 Molecular pain

8. Phantom Acupuncture Induces Placebo Credibility and Vicarious Sensations: A Parallel fMRI Study of Low Back Pain Patients (PubMed)

Phantom Acupuncture Induces Placebo Credibility and Vicarious Sensations: A Parallel fMRI Study of Low Back Pain Patients Although acupuncture is an effective therapeutic intervention for pain reduction, the exact difference between real and sham acupuncture has not been clearly understood because a somatosensory tactile component is commonly included in the existing sham acupuncture protocols. In an event-related fMRI experiment, we implemented a novel form of sham acupuncture, phantom (...) could be delivered credibly. Interestingly, the PHNT-credible group exhibited bilateral activation in SI/SII and also reported vicarious acupuncture sensations without needling stimulation. The PHNT group showed greater activation in the bilateral dorsolateral/ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (dlPFC/vlPFC). Moreover, the PHNT group exhibited significant pain reduction, with a significant correlation between the subjective fMRI signal in the right dlPFC/vlPFC and a score assessing belief

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2018 Scientific reports

9. TRPV1 gain-of-function mutation impairs pain and itch sensations in mice (PubMed)

TRPV1 gain-of-function mutation impairs pain and itch sensations in mice Transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 (TRPV1) is a non-selective cation channel, which can detect various noxious stimuli that cause pain, inflammation, hyperalgesia, and itch. TRPV1 knock-out mice show deficiency in nociception, but the in vivo effects of persistent activation of TRPV1 are not completely understood. Here, we generated TRPV1 knock-in mice with a G564S mutation. In the heterologous expression system (...) decreased capsaicin sensitivity. Western blot analysis revealed that the G564S mutant reduced TRPV1 phosphorylation and cell membrane trafficking. Together, we have generated a mouse model with a gain-of-function mutation in Trpv1 gene and demonstrated that the pain and histamine-dependent itch sensations in these mice are impaired due to a decreased phosphorylation level and reduced membrane localization of TRPV1.

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2018 Molecular pain

10. Pain and Sensation After Regional Anesthesia

Pain and Sensation After Regional Anesthesia Pain and Sensation After Regional Anesthesia - Pilot Study - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Pain and Sensation After Regional Anesthesia - Pilot (...) the presence of pin prick sensation at these levels. This will help determine if pain scores collected at 6hrs reflect analgesia provided by the preoperative LPB alone or if the data is confounded by the presence of spinal anesthesia. This data will help us determine if 6hrs is a feasible primary endpoint to assess pain scores. Additionally, assuming that spinal regression is complete by 6hrs, the VAS pain scores obtained will then be used to perform a power analysis to determine the necessary study size

2018 Clinical Trials

11. Examining Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Pain Sensation

Examining Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Pain Sensation Examining Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Pain Sensation - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Examining Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Pain (...) in sensation in the areas for the pain sensitivity tests as reported by the subject cervical or thoracic pain as a main complaint spinal pathologies such as fracture, tumor, infection, and severe inflammation severe spinal deformity severe cardiovascular and neurological diseases cancer history of spinal surgery currently seeking active treatments for LBP other than medications resting blood pressure more than 160/90 mmHg 49 currently taking blood thinning medications uncontrolled diabetes cannot have

2018 Clinical Trials

12. Beyond Sensation: Exploring the Molecular and Genetic Basis for Pain: An Interview with Stephen Waxman, MD, PhD
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Beyond Sensation: Exploring the Molecular and Genetic Basis for Pain: An Interview with Stephen Waxman, MD, PhD
 29599659 2018 09 24 2018 12 02 1551-4056 91 1 2018 03 The Yale journal of biology and medicine Yale J Biol Med Beyond Sensation: Exploring the Molecular and Genetic Basis for Pain: An Interview with Stephen Waxman, MD, PhD. 63-66 DeNardo Erin K EK Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Yale University, New Haven, CT. eng Autobiography Historical Article (...) Interview Portrait 2018 03 28 United States Yale J Biol Med 0417414 0044-0086 IM History, 20th Century History, 21st Century Humans Models, Biological Pain genetics Pain Management Physicians Sensation genetics Waxman Stephen S inherited erythromelalgia ion channels neuralgia precision medicine 2018 3 31 6 0 2018 3 31 6 0 2018 9 25 6 0 epublish 29599659 PMC5872643 Pharmacol Rev. 2005 Dec;57(4):397-409 16382098 Nat Rev Neurosci. 2013 Jan;14(1):49-62 23232607

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2018 The Yale journal of biology and medicine

13. Defence response mobilization in response to provocation or imagery of interoceptive sensations in adolescents with chronic pain: a study protocol (PubMed)

Defence response mobilization in response to provocation or imagery of interoceptive sensations in adolescents with chronic pain: a study protocol Fear of pain seems to be a key factor in the development and maintenance of chronic pain and pain-related disability. Interoceptive fear conditioning is assumed to constitute an important mechanism in the origins and maintenance of fear of pain. If conditioned stimuli such as internal bodily sensations are repeatedly paired with pain (unconditioned (...) stimulus), they in turn elicit a conditioned fear response, including defence mobilization such as startle modulation and changes in heart rate and electrodermal activity. Research into emotional imagery suggests that defensive responses can also be elicited through imagery of fear scripts.We present 2 novel paradigms adapted from research on anxiety disorders, which allow to test, if perceived or imagined sensations locally proximal to the main pain location trigger heightened defence response

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2018 Pain Reports

14. Disrupted physical pain sensation by social exclusion in women with dysmenorrhea (PubMed)

Disrupted physical pain sensation by social exclusion in women with dysmenorrhea Dysmenorrhea (DM), which involves both acute and chronic pain, is associated with abnormalities in pain modulation. Previous studies have shown that social pain relies on some of the same neural regions that process physical pain, highlighting a possible physical-social pain overlap. However, evidence suggesting that social pain modulates the sensitivity to physical pain remains controversial. The present study (...) more fearful of being evaluated unfavorably. No significant differences were observed in self-esteem scores between DM and HC after both inclusion and exclusion.We observed altered pain sensation in DM participants in response to social pain manipulation, suggesting that DM not only impacts menstruation but also modulates the perception of pain more generally, especially its affective processes. The present study suggests that the effect of social pain on pain sensation and certain psychometric

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2018 Journal of pain research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

15. Pain sensation in human osteoarthritic knee joints is strongly enhanced by diabetes mellitus. (PubMed)

Pain sensation in human osteoarthritic knee joints is strongly enhanced by diabetes mellitus. The major burden of knee joint osteoarthritis (OA) is pain. Since in elder patients diabetes mellitus is an important comorbidity of OA, we explored whether the presence of diabetes mellitus has a significant influence on pain intensity at the end stage of knee OA, and we aimed to identify factors possibly related to changes of pain intensity in diabetic patients. In 23 diabetic and 47 nondiabetic (...) patients with OA undergoing total knee arthroplasty, we assessed the pain intensity before the operation using the "Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score". Furthermore, synovial tissue, synovial fluid (SF), cartilage, and blood were obtained. We determined the synovitis score, the concentrations of prostaglandin E2 and interleukin-6 (IL-6) in the SF and serum, and of C-reactive protein and HbA1c and other metabolic parameters in the serum. We performed multivariate regression analyses to study

2017 Pain

16. Deletion of Gpr55 Results in Subtle Effects on Energy Metabolism, Motor Activity and Thermal Pain Sensation. (PubMed)

Deletion of Gpr55 Results in Subtle Effects on Energy Metabolism, Motor Activity and Thermal Pain Sensation. The G-protein coupled receptor 55 (GPR55) is activated by cannabinoids and non-cannabinoid molecules and has been speculated to play a modulatory role in a large variety of physiological and pathological processes, including in metabolically perturbed states. We therefore generated male mice deficient in the gene coding for the cannabinoid/lysophosphatidylinositol (LPI) receptor Gpr55

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2016 PLoS ONE

17. Painful After-Sensations in Fibromyalgia are Linked to Catastrophizing and Differences in Brain Response in the Medial Temporal Lobe (PubMed)

Painful After-Sensations in Fibromyalgia are Linked to Catastrophizing and Differences in Brain Response in the Medial Temporal Lobe Fibromyalgia (FM) is a complex syndrome characterized by chronic widespread pain, hyperalgesia, and other disabling symptoms. Although the brain response to experimental pain in FM patients has been the object of intense investigation, the biological underpinnings of painful after-sensations (PAS), and their relation to negative affect have received little (...) . These results suggest that the MTL plays a role in PAS in FM patients.PAS are more common and severe in FM, and are associated with clinical pain and catastrophizing. PAS severity is also associated with less MTL deactivation, suggesting that the MTL, a core node of the default mode network, may be important in the prolongation of pain sensation in FM.Copyright © 2017 American Pain Society. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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2017 The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society

18. TRPs in Pain Sensation (PubMed)

TRPs in Pain Sensation According to the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) pain is characterized as an "unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage". The TRP super-family, compressing up to 28 isoforms in mammals, mediates a myriad of physiological and pathophysiological processes, pain among them. TRP channel might be constituted by similar or different TRP subunits, which will result in the formation of homomeric (...) or heteromeric channels with distinct properties and functions. In this review we will discuss about the function of TRPs in pain, focusing on TRP channles that participate in the transduction of noxious sensation, especially TRPV1 and TRPA1, their expression in nociceptors and their sensitivity to a large number of physical and chemical stimuli.

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2017 Frontiers in physiology

19. TFOS DEWS II pain and sensation report (PubMed)

TFOS DEWS II pain and sensation report Pain associated with mechanical, chemical, and thermal heat stimulation of the ocular surface is mediated by trigeminal ganglion neurons, while cold thermoreceptors detect wetness and reflexly maintain basal tear production and blinking rate. These neurons project into two regions of the trigeminal brain stem nuclear complex: ViVc, activated by changes in the moisture of the ocular surface and VcC1, mediating sensory-discriminative aspects of ocular pain (...) , reduced tear secretion leads to inflammation and peripheral nerve damage. Inflammation causes sensitization of polymodal and mechano-nociceptor nerve endings and an abnormal increase in cold thermoreceptor activity, altogether evoking dryness sensations and pain. Long-term inflammation and nerve injury alter gene expression of ion channels and receptors at terminals and cell bodies of trigeminal ganglion and brainstem neurons, changing their excitability, connectivity and impulse firing. Perpetuation

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2017 The ocular surface

20. Assessment of Thermal Pain Sensation in Rats and Mice Using the Hargreaves Test (PubMed)

Assessment of Thermal Pain Sensation in Rats and Mice Using the Hargreaves Test The Hargreaves test is specifically designed to assess thermal pain sensation in rodents such as rats and mice. This test has been used in experiments involving pain sensitization or recovery of thermal pain response following neural injury and regeneration. We present here a step-by-step protocol highlighted with important notes to guide first-time users through the learning process. Additionally, we have also

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2017 Bio-protocol

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