Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Pain /
editors, Jonathan O. Dostrovsky, Daniel B. Carr, Martin Koltzenburg.
Seattle : IASP Press, c2003.
xx, 937 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
0931092469 (alk. paper)
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Seattle : IASP Press, c2003.
0931092469 (alk. paper)
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Table of Contents
List of Contributing Authors
Outgoing President's Address: Issues and Initiatives in Pain Education, Communication, and Researchp. 3
Incoming President's Address: Planning the Future of IASPp. 13
Learning about Pain from the Friendly Giantsp. 19
Ethics beyond Guidelines: Culture, Pain, and Conflictp. 37
Pain Relief in the Information Age: Let's Meet Our Children's Expectationsp. 49
The Molecular Biology of Thermosensationp. 63
ASIC3, but Not ASICI, Channels Are Involved in the Development of Chronic Muscle Painp. 71
Activation of MAP Kinases in Primary Sensory Neuronsp. 81
Tonic Effects of BAM8-22, an Agonist at the Novel Sensory Neuron Specific Receptor, on the Nociceptive Flexor Reflex in Ratsp. 89
Sodium Channel Subtypes and Neuropathic Painp. 99
Inhibition of TTX-r Na[superscript +] Currents in Rat Sensory Neurons by NW-1029, a New Antihyperalgesic Agentp. 115
Peripheral Glutamate Receptors: Novel Targets for Analgesics?p. 125
The Differential Effect of Nociceptor Subtypes for Generating Chronic Painp. 141
Painful Peripheral Neuropathies and C-Fiber Nociceptorsp. 155
Potential Anatomical and Neurochemical Substrates of Cutaneous Pain: A Role for Meissner's Corpusclesp. 173
The Role of Activity in Developing Pain Pathwaysp. 185
Specificity and Integration in Central Pain Pathwaysp. 197
Itch: Mechanisms and Mediatorsp. 213
The Central Projection of Unmyelinated (C) Afferent Fibers from Gastrocnemius Muscle in the Guinea Pigp. 227
Absence of Substance P and CGRP in the Dorsal Root Ganglia of Naked Mole Rats Correlates with an Absence of Hyperalgesia to Heatp. 235
In Vivo Patch-Clamp Analysis of Norepinephrine Effects on Nociceptive Transmission in Substantia Gelatinosa Neurons of the Rat Spinal Cordp. 245
Descending Modulation after Injuryp. 251
Imaging Visceral Sensationsp. 261
Cognitive Modulation of Cortical Responses to Painp. 277
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Capsaicin-Induced Thermal Hyperalgesiap. 295
Anesthetic Effect of Barbiturates Microinjected into the Brainstem: Neuroanatomyp. 305
Placebo Analgesia: From Physiological Mechanisms to Clinical Implicationsp. 315
Sensitization of Nociceptor-Specific Neurons by Capsaicin or Mustard Oil: Effect of GABA[subscript A]-Receptor Blockadep. 327
What the Brain Tells the Spinal Cord: Lamina I/III NK1-Expressing Neurons Control Spinal Activity via Descending Pathwaysp. 337
Purinergic and NMDA-Receptor Mechanisms Underlying Tooth Pulp Stimulation-Induced Central Sensitization in Trigeminal Nociceptive Neuronsp. 345
Enhanced AMPA Receptor GluR1 Subunit Expression and Neuronal Activation within Brainstem Pain Modulatory Circuitry after Inflammationp. 355
Immune and Glial Involvement in Physiological and Pathological Exaggerated Pain Statesp. 369
Animal Models of Neuropathic Pain Induce Apoptosis and a Loss of GABAergic Inhibition in the Spinal Dorsal Hornp. 387
Differential Role of Spinal Prostaglandin Receptor Subtypes EP1-EP4 in Rats with Normal and Inflamed Knee Jointsp. 397
Perceptual Correlates of Long-Term Potentiation in the Spinal Cordp. 407
New Targets for Analgesic Drugsp. 419
Cannabinoids and Painp. 437
Nociceptin, Nocistatin, and Painp. 469
Effects of Sumatriptan on Rat Medullary Dorsal Horn Neuronsp. 481
Predictive Validity of Neuropathic Pain Models in Pharmacological Studies with a Behavioral Outcome in the Rat: A Systematic Reviewp. 489
Side Effects of COX-2 Inhibitors and Other NSAIDsp. 499
Genetic Influence on Pain Sensitivity in Humans: Evidence of Heritability Related to Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in Opioid Receptor Genesp. 513
Gene Therapy for Pain: Different Approaches toward a Common Goalp. 521
Therapeutic Efficacy in Experimental Polyarthritis of Recombinant Virus-Driven Enkephalin Overproduction in Sensory Neuronsp. 539
Epidemiology of Chronic Noncancer Pain in Denmarkp. 551
Prevalence and Characteristics of Neuropathic Pain in 358 Patients with Leprosyp. 563
The Experience of Menstrual Pain in Belgian Womenp. 571
Pain in General Medical Patients: An Auditp. 577
Quantitative Sensory Testing in Clinical Practice: Clinical Considerations and New Methodsp. 589
What Decline in Pain Intensity Is Meaningful to Patients with Acute Pain?p. 601
Should We Measure Depression, Anxiety, and Anger as Distinct Mood States in Chronic Pain Patients?p. 611
How Stories Remake What Pain Unmakesp. 619
Fear in Musculoskeletal Painp. 631
Self, Identity, and Acceptance in Chronic Painp. 651
Molecular Mechanisms that Generate and Maintain Cancer Painp. 663
Pathophysiology and Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndromesp. 683
Pain in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Challenges for the Futurep. 705
Phantom Limb Pain: Causes and Curesp. 725
Acute Pain Management in the Chronic Pain Suffererp. 739
Opioids for Chronic Noncancer Painp. 751
Pain and Aging: The Pain Experience over the Adult Life Spanp. 767
Pain in Survivors of Torture and Organized Violencep. 791
Legal Aspects of End of Life Treatment in Australia, Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Poland, France, Germany, Japan, and The Netherlandsp. 803
Cognitive Behavioral Treatmentp. 825
Hypnotic Analgesia and Its Applications in Pain Managementp. 839
Translating Evidence for Psychological Interventions to Manage Recurrent Pain and Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents: Three Trialsp. 853
A Biopsychosocial Approach to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndromep. 865
Rehabilitation of the Injured Worker: Measurement, Management, and Evidencep. 879
Rehabilitation: Assessing the Outcomep. 893
Indexp. 909
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