Human brain measures of clinical pain: a review. I. Topographic mappings.

Abstract

A comprehensive paper (Parts I and II) has been developed to review the cerebral measures employed in studying the brain neurophysiological activities of clinical pain. Part I focuses on the electro-, magnetic-physiological assessment of clinical pain, and Part II concerns the anatomico-, chemical-physiological assessment of clinical pain. In Part I, these… (More)

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