392 A SELECTIVE ESTROGEN RECEPTOR BETA AGONIST MODULATES NEUROPATHIC AND INFLAMMATORY PAIN STATES

@article{Piu2007392AS,
  title={392 A SELECTIVE ESTROGEN RECEPTOR BETA AGONIST MODULATES NEUROPATHIC AND INFLAMMATORY PAIN STATES},
  author={F. Piu and L. Hyldtoft and L. R. Gardell and C. Cheevers and A. L. Tredici and C. B. Andersen and L. C. Fairbain and B. W. Lund and M. Gustafsson and D. Gil and D. W. Bonhaus and R. Olsson},
  journal={European Journal of Pain},
  year={2007},
  volume={11}
}
  • F. Piu, L. Hyldtoft, +9 authors R. Olsson
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Pain
  • Background and aims. The effects of estrogens on pain perception remain quite controversial. Depending on the animal models, both beneficial and detrimental effects of non-selective estrogens have been reported in the literature. Further, the results of multiple human clinical trials examining the potential beneficial effects of estrogens in breast, bone, pelvic pain have been inconclusive as well. While the underlying mechanisms for these discrepancies are not understood, we believe they are… CONTINUE READING
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