Corticolimbic anatomical characteristics predetermine risk for chronic pain.

@article{VachonPresseau2016CorticolimbicAC,
  title={Corticolimbic anatomical characteristics predetermine risk for chronic pain.},
  author={E. Vachon-Presseau and P. T{\'e}treault and B. Petre and L. Huang and S. Berger and S. Torbey and A. Baria and A. Mansour and J. Hashmi and J. Griffith and E. Comasco and T. Schnitzer and M. Baliki and A. Apkarian},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2016},
  volume={139 Pt 7},
  pages={
          1958-70
        }
}
SEE TRACEY DOI101093/BRAIN/AWW147 FOR A SCIENTIFIC COMMENTARY ON THIS ARTICLE: Mechanisms of chronic pain remain poorly understood. We tracked brain properties in subacute back pain patients longitudinally for 3 years as they either recovered from or transitioned to chronic pain. Whole-brain comparisons indicated corticolimbic, but not pain-related circuitry, white matter connections predisposed patients to chronic pain. Intra-corticolimbic white matter connectivity analysis identified three… Expand
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InterventionBehavioral
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