Perturbed connectivity of the amygdala and its subregions with the central executive and default mode networks in chronic pain.

@article{Jiang2016PerturbedCO,
  title={Perturbed connectivity of the amygdala and its subregions with the central executive and default mode networks in chronic pain.},
  author={Ying Jiang and Desmond J. Oathes and J Hush and Beth D Darnall and Mylea Charvat and Sean Mackey and Amit Etkin},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2016},
  volume={157 9},
  pages={1970-8}
}
Maladaptive responses to pain-related distress, such as pain catastrophizing, amplify the impairments associated with chronic pain. Many of these aspects of chronic pain are similar to affective distress in clinical anxiety disorders. In light of the role of the amygdala in pain and affective distress, disruption of amygdalar functional connectivity in anxiety states, and its implication in the response to noxious stimuli, we investigated amygdala functional connectivity in 17 patients with… CONTINUE READING
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