Pain and somatic sensation are transiently normalized by illusory body ownership in a patient with spinal cord injury.

@article{Pazzaglia2016PainAS,
  title={Pain and somatic sensation are transiently normalized by illusory body ownership in a patient with spinal cord injury.},
  author={Mariella Pazzaglia and Patrick Haggard and Giorgio Scivoletto and Marco Molinari and Bigna Lenggenhager},
  journal={Restorative neurology and neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={
          603-13
        }
}
PURPOSE Spinal cord injury (SCI), a profound impairment of sensorimotor functions, is often associated with pain related phenomena, including mechanical allodynia, a condition in which non-painful tactile sensation is perceived as pain. Pain and somatic sensation are undeniable markers of normal bodily awareness. However, the mechanism by which they are integrated into a coherent sense of the bodily self remains largely unclear. In this study, we investigated the effect of high-level… CONTINUE READING

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