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Cannabinoids May Be Effective on Experimental Pain Threshold and Tolerance, Not Intensity

Cannabinoids May Be Effective on Experimental Pain Threshold and Tolerance, Not Intensity

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Although cannabinoids were found to improve the pain experience in individuals subjected to experimental pain, they were not found to have analgesic effects on existing experimental pain, suggesting that these agents may modulate affective processes.

PainDETECT May Not Be Optimal to Detect Neuropathic Components of Orofacial Pain

PainDETECT May Not Be Optimal to Detect Neuropathic Components of Orofacial Pain

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The painDETECT questionnaire, when used in secondary care, may not be adapted for the identification of the neuropathic components of orofacial pain and may underestimate the complexity of this condition.

Pseudotumor Cerebri Syndrome Headache Is Often Episodic With Neck, Shoulder Pain

Pseudotumor Cerebri Syndrome Headache Is Often Episodic With Neck, Shoulder Pain

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A review of patients' medical charts was performed to determine characteristics of headache in pseudotumor cerebri syndrome in adolescents.

Greater Temporal Summation of Pain in HIV With Chronic Pain

Greater Temporal Summation of Pain in HIV With Chronic Pain

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Individuals with HIV and chronic pain may have greater temporal summation of pain compared with healthy individuals or those with HIV but no chronic pain.

Manual Therapy vs Opioids for Management of Shoulder, Spine Pain

Manual Therapy vs Opioids for Management of Shoulder, Spine Pain

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Choosing — or starting treatment with — manual therapy over opioid medications for the management of spine or shoulder may result in lower associated downstream costs.

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