Raphaël Dufort Rouleau

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BACKGROUND Although current pain-evoked electroencephalographic (EEG) studies provide valuable information regarding human brain regions involved in pain, they have mostly considered neuronal responses which oscillate in phase following a painful event. In many instances, cortical neurons respond by generating bursts of activity that are slightly out of(More)
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