Jian-xiong An

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Correspondence To the Editor: A 54‑year‑old woman with no significant history of a headache or hypertension underwent epidural oxygen‑ozone injection at a concentration of 30 μg/ml (3 ml) for cervical disc herniation at cervical vertebra (C6–C7) level. Throughout the procedure, the routine monitorings of blood pressure, heart rate, and blood oxygen(More)
BACKGROUND Patients with chronic pain usually suffer from cognitive impairment, with memory deterioration being the most common deficit that affects daily functioning and quality of life. The causes for this impairment are not clear despite intensive clinical studies. Few studies have evaluated impaired learning using animal models of persistent pain. (More)
BACKGROUND Neuropathic pain is induced by injury or disease of the nervous system. Most studies have so far focused only on a few known molecules and signaling pathways among neurons. However, all signal transmissions involved in neuropathic pain appear to be an integral system at different molecular levels. This study was designed to screen the(More)
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