Suzanne Rotolo

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UNLABELLED Pain is common after sexual assault (SA), but etiology of pain symptoms after SA is unknown. Preclinical studies suggest that the release of endogenous opioids during stress produces delayed-onset hyperalgesia. In human studies, individuals with ≥1 G allele at the μ-opioid receptor functional single nucleotide polymorphism A118G have been shown(More)
UNLABELLED Sexual assault (SA) is common, but the epidemiology of acute pain after SA has not previously been reported. We evaluated the severity and distribution of pain symptoms in the early aftermath of SA among women receiving Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) care, and the treatment of pain by SANE nurses. Severe pain (≥7 on a 0-10 numeric rating(More)
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