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Investigating the Role of Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) Between Pain and Other Neuronal Disease

The research protocol was approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the Protection of Human Subjects at National Cheng Kung University Hospital (NCKUH/B-ER-104-070). The study procedures were performed according to the rules of IRB and fully explained to the participants. Blood and CSF samples were collected and compared the ...

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Sleep Behavior and Hip/Knee Prosthesis

The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey found that 22% of the US population reported 6 h of sleep or less and another 15% registered 5 h of sleep or less per 24 h (1). The consequences of chronically insufficient sleep are both behavioral and medical. Quantity and quality of ...

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Influence of Main Psychological and Social Factors on Primary Headaches

The aim of our study is to describe the psychological patterns in a population of patients suffering of episodic migraine or chronic migraine with and without medication overuse and the level of disability. Data about migraine characteristics will be obtained using a standardized questionnaire. Socio-demographic data will be obtained for ...

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Patient Receptiveness to Using Virtual Reality

Patients with moderate-severe pain will be approached with approval of nursing staff and front line nurse manager who determine their appropriateness for a trial of virtual reality (VR) exposure for up to 30 minutes. The trial and use of VR will be explained after meeting the inclusion criteria and they ...

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The Association Between Proinflammatory Cytokines Microbial Infection and Clinical Manifestation in Sciatica Patients

The clinical manifestation of disc degeneration and/or disc herniation can be low back pain and/or sciatica. The patterns of sensory and motor signs and symptoms that develop after neuropathy vary between individual patients with disc degeneration and/or disc herniation. The expression of these sensory signs (hyperalgesia, allodynia, and sensory loss), ...

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Identifying Neuroimaging Biomarkers Demographic Personality and Sensory Factors for Predicting Extreme Pain Responses to Various Experimental Pain Stimulations in Healthy Subjects

Background The proneness to react to noxious stimuli varies widely between individuals and pain ratings of seemingly identical noxious stimuli may range from "no pain" to "excruciating pain" . Imaging studies in healthy subjects have provided useful information on the identification of the inter-individual variability in pain perception [2,3,4]. These ...

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Understanding Pain Perception in Osteoarthritis

The patient will be asked for permission for a clinician to access their notes for information relevant to the research, including full medical history, their sex and date of birth. Tissue obtained from joint replacement surgery at St. George's Hospital and transferred to St.George's, University of London where it will ...

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Long-term Prognosis of Cluster Headache: a Retrospective Cohort Study

Cluster headache is a syndrome characterized by disabling headache and accompanying autonomic symptoms. Despite cluster headache is called "suicide headache", its natural history has not been well investigated. The investigators aimed to investigate its disease course, overall prognosis, and treatment pattern in retrospective cohort.

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RegistRare: a Retro-prospective Registry of Rare Primary Headaches in Italian Tertiary Headache Centres

We planned to collect data from May 1, 2014 and afterwards, by means of both retrospective and prospective approaches. All patients who have received or will receive a diagnosis of rare primary headache will be asked to participate and, to this aim, to give their informed consent. Each participating Centre ...

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Care-related Pain and Discomfort in People With Motor Disorder

The combination of motor disabilities, chronic pain, cognitive disabilities limiting the possibilities of communications and repeated potentially painful rehabilitation, exposes patients with motor disabilities to a high risk of induced pain in the specialized establishments. Induced pain is difficult to detect and is therefore little assessed and treated. Currently, little ...

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