Advances in Pain Research and Therapy, Volume 5

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Raven Press, 1983 - Pain
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Vol. 1 consists of the Proceedings of the 1st World Congress on Pain.

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Contents

Kerr F W L 663
33
Development of a Universal Language of Pain Syndromes
37
Foreman R D 131
51
Pain Research in the Peoples Republic of China
55
Heat Sensitization of OneHalf of a Cutaneous Nociceptors
71
Tl Effects of Capsaicin on Dorsal Root Afferents
77
Responses of Cutaneous Nociceptor Units in Rats Treated with
83
Lancey S R 907
86
pEndorphin MetEnkephalin and pLipotropin in Chronic Pain
543
Relationship Between
549
Gybels J 95
553
Vibratory Stimulation for the Control of Intractable Chronic
555
Parallel Individual Variations in Effectiveness of Acupuncture
563
Acupuncture and Physiotherapy in the Treatment of Myogenic
571
Study of the Enhanced Analgesic Effect Induced by Phenylalanine
577
TenYear Followup of Dorsal Column Stimulation
583

Receptive Properties of Human A8 Fibers
95
Do Nociceptive Ventral Root Afferents Exert Central Somatic
105
Larabi Y 147 277
110
Synapses Made by Nociceptive Laminae I and II Neurons
111
Functional Characteristics of Substantia Gelatinosa Neurons
119
Electrophysiological Study of Cervical Dorsal Horn Cells in Partially
147
Influence of Serotoninergic Receptor Blockade on Diffuse Noxious
155
Sensory and Motor Properties of Bulboreticular and Raphe Neurons
161
Influence of Striatal and Limbic Afferents on Nociceptive Nigral
169
Changes of Somatic Organization in Thalamic Ventrobasal Nucleus
179
Are Cerebral Evoked Potentials Reliable Indices of First or Second
185
Somatosensory Evoked Potentials Recorded from Within
193
Opioid Peptides and PainAn Update
199
Determination of Opiate Receptors that Mediate Narcotic Side
209
Development of Opioid Analgesics
215
Neuropeptides and Pain Pathways
227
Lundberg J M
241
Ultrastructural Basis
247
Autoradiographic Localization of Neurotransmitter Receptors
257
Light and Electron Microscopic Observations of Leucine Enkephalin
265
Norepinephrine Reduces Excitability of Single Cutaneous Primary
271
Substance P in the Dorsal Horns of Partially Deafferented Rats
277
Common Effects of Opiates and Clonidine Mediated by Different
283
Relation
289
Effects of 5Hydroxytryptophan on Central and Deafferentation
295
Use of dPhenylalanine an Enkephalinase Inhibitor in
305
The Contribution
323
Giesler G J Jr 131
336
Opiate Analgesia and Descending Control Systems
341
Spinal Projections of Physiologically Identified Axons from
373
Different Roles of the Nucleus Reticularis Paragigantocellularis
381
Descending Influences on Spinal Nociceptive Neurons from Locus
387
Characterstics of some Ventrobasal Thalamic Neurons
393
Dissociation of the Mechanisms of StimulationProduced Analgesia
401
Measurement of Analgesic Efficacy in
411
Narcotic Analgesics in Clinical Practice
435
Basis
461
E
466
Periventricular Gray Matter Stimulation Versus Chronic Intrathecal
467
Opiate Kinetics After Epidural and Spinal Application
477
Direct Effect of Morphine
487
Effects Presumed Rationale
495
Granstrom E 605
530
Site of Action of Antinociceptive AcupunctureLike Nerve
535
Relief of Phantom Pain Following Modification of Phantom Sensation
591
An Introduction
597
Biochemistry of the Prostaglandins Thromboxanes
605
Interactions of Arachidonate Products with Other Pain Mediators
617
Peripheral and Central Analgesia
627
Effects of Zomepirac Sodium on Primate Spinothalamic Tract Cells
635
Akaike A 381
641
Pathophysiology and Clinical Aspects of Visceral and Referred Pain
643
Deafferentation PainChairmans Introduction
661
Use of an Animal Model to Evaluate the Origin of and Protection
691
Nakazawa T 381
700
Definition Etiology and Neurological Assessment of Pain
701
Clinical Neurophysiological Investigation of Deafferentation Pain
713
A New Neurosurgical Therapy
739
Management of Pain in Avulsion Lesions of the Brachial Plexus
751
Anatomical Conditions of Efficiency of Transcutaneous Electrical
763
Reevaluation of the Deafferentation Pain Syndrome
769
Fundamentals of Psychological Methods in Chronic Pain
777
Behavioral Conditioning Concepts in Chronic Pain
781
Contingency Management Methods in the Treatment of Chronic Pain
789
Biofeedback and Chronic Pain
795
Myofascial Pain Dysfunction SyndromeHow Effective
809
Amsallem B 179
826
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Methods in Chronic Pain Treatment
829
A New Focus
839
Hypnotic Methods for Managing Pain
847
Hypnosis in the Control of Pain During Hyperthermia Treatment
857
Multiple Subjective Representations of Experimental Pain
865
A Multidimensional Scaling
871
Decay with Time Versus
877
A Standardized Approach to the Evaluation of Psychosocial
885
A New Method of Pain Quantification Based on a Weekly
891
Visual Analog Scales
897
Psychological Distress and Mood in Chronic Pain and Surgical
901
Adaptive Function of the Dreaming Process and the Experience
907
Directive Approach with Workmens Compensation Patients
913
Comparison of American and British Pain Clinic Patients
919
Retrogasserian Glycerol Injection as a Treatment of Tic Douloureux
927
Electrophysiological Findings in
935
Thalamic Pain
941
Phantom Anus Pain Syndrome
947
Subject Index
953
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