Jeannette A Barrett

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UNLABELLED Central sensitization is one form of long-term plasticity in the central nervous system. Sustained activation of primary sensory fibers supplying dorsal horn can induce long-lasting increases in the discharge amplitude of primary afferent synapses. This is similar to the long-term potentiation that occurs in many other CNS regions. Drugs that(More)
BACKGROUND Fibromyalgia, as defined by the American College of Rheumatology, is characterized by widespread pain lasting for at least 3 months, with pain in at least 11 out of 18 tender points when palpated with digital pressure. OBJECTIVE The authors investigated the relationship between changes in pain and symptoms of anxiety and depression, using data(More)
Sexual dysfunction has been reported in both men and women with epilepsy. Associated factors are diverse but include, among others, antiepileptic drugs. We present the cases of 5 men who reported mild to moderate erectile dysfunction or impotence for the first time when treated with the new antiepileptic drug pregabalin as add-on therapy.
PURPOSE This study assessed the comparative efficacy of pregabalin for refractory partial seizures. METHODS Four-hundred and thirty-four patients with partial seizures were randomized to pregabalin, lamotrigine, or placebo as adjunctive therapy for 17 weeks of double-blind treatment. In phase I (11 weeks), pregabalin was titrated over 1 week and(More)
Soft tissue sarcomas are investigated by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) both for initial staging and follow-up. We describe the presence of increased signal on T2-weighted images caused by a neurotized muscle flap following reconstructive surgery. This raised concern about possible sarcoma recurrence that was not clinically evident. On post-operative(More)
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