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Change in a person's cognitive/emotional state, including expecting pain, is linked to connectivity change in identified brainstem and spinal cord networks
Resting-state functional MRI examines activity of the central nervous system in the absence of a specific task or stimulus, and has been used to investigate coordinated activity within the cerebral hemispheres, as well as ...
Methodological advances in spinal cord and brainstem fMRI provide an unprecedented view of human pain processing and alterations to pain mechanisms in fibromyalgia
Functional MRI of the human spinal cord and brainstem has tremendous potential to enhance our basic understanding of healthy subcortical function, and impact our ability to accurately diagnose and treat injury and disease. ...
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Pain in the Spinal Cord and Brainstem
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies performed to date have focused on brain structures rostral to the thalamus, although the first level of sensory information and pain transmission occurs at the spinal ...