Alberto López-Ávila

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Sensory maps for pain can be modified by deafferentation or injury, and such plasticity has been attributed mainly to changes in the convergence of projections in "bottom-up" mechanisms. We addressed(More)
The cingulate cortex plays a key role in the affective component related to pain perception. This structure receives cholinergic projections and also plays a role in memory processing. Therefore, we(More)