Nociceptive processing in the human brain.

  • Irene Tracey
  • Published 2005 in Current opinion in neurobiology


Since the advent of modern neuroimaging techniques, studies have been carried out to examine nociceptive processing within the human brain non-invasively. Combined with advances in immunohistochemistry, histology and genetics, we have been able to correlate more objective measures of nociceptive processing with the subjective experience that is pain. The… (More)


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