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Pre-op back pain, pain sensitivity predict outcomes

(HealthDay)—Preoperative back pain and individual pain sensitivity can predict postoperative pain following lumbar surgery, according to a study published in the December issue of Pain Medicine.

Cellular signals for pain fine tune neurons' sensitivity to opiods

(Carnegie Mellon University) At the cellular level, pain and pain relief are caused by two different signaling pathways. But the two pathways aren't necessarily independent of one another, according t...

Diabetes Increases Pain in Erosive Hand OA (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Other factors driving OA hand pain included structural and inflammatory changes.

Diabetes 'associated with more painful hand osteoarthritis'

People with diabetes are more likely to be affected by greater pain associated with erosive hand osteoarthritis, according to a new study from Norway.Carried out by scientists from Diakonhjemmet Hospi...

Hand exercises help restore function in rheumatoid arthritis

A tailored hand exercise programme for people with rheumatoid arthritis is a cost-effective intervention for restoring hand function, says new research published in The Lancet. Nearly 500 people with ...

Abuse-Deterrent Opioids Prevent Users From Intensifying High

The rise in opioid-related deaths has many in the medical community outraged over practitioners prescribing opioids for chronic pain. Some, mainly those in pain management, believe this practice is ...

Abuse-Deterrent Opioids: What Role Do They Play In Prescription Opioid Addiction?

The rise in opioid-related deaths has many in the medical community outraged over practitioners prescribing opioids for chronic pain. Some, mainly those in pain management, believe this practice is ...

Spider monkeys point to new understanding of hand dominance

Spider monkeys aren't the hook-handed primates scientists always believed they were.

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Suprathreshold Heat Pain Response Predicts Activity-Related Pain, but Not Rest-Related Pain, in an Exercise-Induced Injury Model.

Exercise-induced injury models are advantageous for studying pain since the onset of pain is controlled and both pre-injury and post-injury factors can be utilized as explanatory variables or predicto...

Left-hand dominance in children: Prevalence and maternal stereotypes in a South-east Nigerian city.

The objectives of the study are to estimate the prevalence of left-hand dominance among children of selected mothers in an urban city and to determine the mothers' stereotypes about left-handedness. A...

To What Degree Do Pain-coping Strategies Affect Joint Stiffness and Functional Outcomes in Patients with Hand Fractures?

Patients with hand fractures often have pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints of the hand, which may lead them to protect their hands, resulting in more stiffness and in delayed recovery. Howeve...

Hypoalgesia After Exericse and Cold Pressor Test are Reduced in Chronic Musculuskeletal Pain Patients with High Pain Sensitivity.

In chronic pain patients impaired conditioned pain modulation (CPM) and exercise-induced hypoalgesia (EIH) have been reported. No studies have compared CPM and EIH in chronic musculoskeletal pain pati...

Outcomes following Hemiarthroplasty for Proximal Humerus Fracture are Significantly Affected by Hand Dominance.

Hand dominance has been reported to be an important factor affecting outcomes following upper extremity trauma; but remains unstudied following hemiarthroplasty for fracture. This study determined whe...

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