IASP: PAIN, March/April 2017, Volume 2, Issue 2

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IASP: PAIN, March/April 2017, Volume 2, Issue 2

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Welcome to PAIN Reports, an official IASP open access publication.

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PAIN Reports

March/April 2017 – Volume 2 – Issue 2

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Inaugural Review Series

Postoperative pain—from mechanisms to treatment

Pogatzki-Zahn, Esther M.; Segelcke, Daniel; Schug, Stephan A.

Nocebo and pain: an overview of the psychoneurobiological mechanisms

Blasini, Maxie; Corsi, Nicole; Klinger, Regine; Colloca, Luana

Nocebo effects in clinical studies: hints for pain therapy

Klinger, Regine; Blasini, Maxie; Schmitz, Julia; Colloca, Luana

General Section

Methodology for self-report of rest pain (or spontaneous pain) vs evoked pain in chronic neuropathic conditions: a prospective observational pilot study

He, David; Grant, Brian; Holden, Ronald R.; Gilron, Ian

Influence of opioid-related side effects on disability, mood, and opioid misuse risk among patients with chronic pain in primary care

Jamison, Robert N.; Dorado, Kathleen; Mei, Anna; Edwards, Robert R.; Martel, Marc O.

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