Tracing toothache intensity in the brain.
Brügger, M; Lutz, K; Brönnimann, B; Meier, M L; Luechinger, R; Barlow, A; Jäncke, L; Ettlin, D A.
J Dent Res
; 91(2): 156-60, 2012 Feb.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22157099
The human brain response to dental pain relief.
Inhibitory effects of heterotopic noxious counter-stimulation on perception and brain activity related to Aß-fibre activation.
A TRP channel trio mediates acute noxious heat sensing.
Association between resting-state brain functional connectivity and muscle sympathetic burst incidence.
The anatomy of osteoarthritic joint pain.
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The effect of high-frequency conditioning stimulation of human skin on reported pain intensity and event-related potentials.
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Identification and adjustment of experimental occlusal interference using functional magnetic resonance imaging.