Altered resting-state functional connectivity in complex regional pain syndrome.

  title={Altered resting-state functional connectivity in complex regional pain syndrome.},
  author={Anne Bolwerk and Frank Seifert and Christian Maih{\"o}fner},
  journal={The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society},
  volume={14 10},
UNLABELLED This study explored the functional connectivity between brain regions implicated in the default mode network, the sensorimotor cortex (S1/M1), and the intraparietal sulcus (IPS/MIP) at rest in patients with complex regional pain syndrome. It also investigated how possible alterations are associated with neuropathic pain. Our group used functional magnetic resonance imaging to investigate functional brain connectivity in 12 complex regional pain syndrome patients in comparison with… CONTINUE READING
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