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The Brain Adapting with Pain

Contribution of Neuroimaging Technology to Pain Mechanisms

The Brain Adapting with Pain

Contribution of Neuroimaging Technology to Pain Mechanisms
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2015-07-30
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  • Description
    Ideal for anyone with an interest in the increasing role of brain imaging in understanding pain perception and pain mechanisms, this unique, full-color resource thoroughly covers technical advances in the field as well as potential new applications. Dozens of worldwide experts first demystify the technological concepts that are crucial for proper understanding and interpretation of neuroimaging findings, then explore new advances in understanding brain mechanisms of pain, in human as well as animal models.

    Key Features:
    • Covers key topics in the field, including the historical perspective, technology, animal pain neuroimaging, acute pain, neuroplasticity of chronic pain, chronic pain, pain modulation, ethical conflicts, and future directions
    • Highlights strengths and weaknesses of specific neuroimaging techniques, and includes divergent views regarding outcomes and implications.
    • Provides a short commentary from Dr. Apkarian, covering significant advances and unanswered questions.
    • Ensures that both the experienced scientist and the general clinician will find the information they need to understand the current state of the field as well as potential future directions regarding the interaction between the brain and pain.
    • Discusses both acute and various chronic pain conditions from a functional/physiological, structural/anatomical perspective, and evaluates the tools with which new therapies should be developed for properly treating and/or preventing pain states.
  • Specs
    Edition
    1
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781496317490
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Trim Size
    7 x 10
    Pages
    400
    Table
    0
    Publication Date
    July 30, 2015
    Weight
    1.85
  • About The Author(s)
    Vania Apkarian PhD
  • Features
    Key Features:
    • Covers key topics in the field, including the historical perspective, technology, animal pain neuroimaging, acute pain, neuroplasticity of chronic pain, chronic pain, pain modulation, ethical conflicts, and future directions
    • Highlights strengths and weaknesses of specific neuroimaging techniques, and includes divergent views regarding outcomes and implications.
    • Provides a short commentary from Dr. Apkarian, covering significant advances and unanswered questions.
    • Ensures that both the experienced scientist and the general clinician will find the information they need to understand the current state of the field as well as potential future directions regarding the interaction between the brain and pain.
    • Discusses both acute and various chronic pain conditions from a functional/physiological, structural/anatomical perspective, and evaluates the tools with which new therapies should be developed for properly treating and/or preventing pain states.
  • Table of contents
    1.            Brain Imaging and Pain: A Historical Perspective
    Kenneth L. Casey
    2.            Using Neuroimaging to Understand Pain: Pattern Recognition and the Path from Brain Mapping to Mechanisms
    Tor D. Wager
    3.            Resting State Brain Signals and Functional Connectivity Mapping
    Biyu J. He
    4.            Monitoring Brain Electrical/Magnetic Activity for Assessing Pain: Advantages and Limitations
    Rolf Detlef Treede and U. Baumgartner
    5.            The Time Frequency Pattern of Pain Processing and Pain Modulation
    Markus Ploner
    6.            The Infrastructure of Brain Rhythms and Its Disruption in Pain
    Alexis T. Baria
    7.            Modeling the Brain as a Network
    Guillermo Cecchi
    8.            Pain and Machine Learning
    Guillermo Cecchi
    9.            Modulation of Acute and Chronic Pain by Non-Invasive Stimulation: Advances and Future Potential
    Jean-Pascal Lefaucheur, Camilo Diaz Cruz, and Felipe Fregni
    10.          Spinal Cord fMRI to Study Pain Processing in Humans
    Christian Sprenger and Christian Buchel
    11.          Neuroimaging the Genomics of Pain Processing
    Ulrike Bingel and Jeffrey S. Mogil
    12.          fMRI Pain Related Brain Measures in Rodents
    Jaymin Upadhyay, David Borsook, and Lino Becerra
    13.          Combining Neuroimaging with Electrophysiology in Animal Studies
    Li Min Chen
    14.          phMRI Measures of Analgesics in Preclinical Studies
    Lino Becerra and David Borsook
    15.          Central Nervous System Mechanisms Supporting the Construction of an Experience of Pain Intensity
    Robert C. Coghill
    16.          The “Pain Matrix”: Myths and (Unpleasant) Truths
    G.D. Iannetti and A. Mouraux
    17.          The Descending Pain Modulatory System in Humans
    Irene Tracey and Melvin Mezue
    18.          Evoked Potentials in Relation to Pain Perception
    A Moraux, G. D. Iannetti, U. Baumgartner, and R.D. Treede
    19.          Placebo and Activity in the Central Nervous System
    Christian Sprenger, Tor D. Wager, and Christian Buchel
    20.          Functional Reorganization of the Brain with Chronic Pain
    A Vania Apkarian and Herta Flor
    21.          Anatomical Reorganisation of the Brain with Chronic Pain
    T. Schmidt-Wilcke and A. May
    22.          Resting State Alterations in Chronic Pain
    DM Torta, Franco Cauda, V. Napadow, and Marwan N. Baliki
    23.          Understanding Pain Mechanisms Using Rodent Brain Imaging: Opportunities and Pitfalls
    David A. Seminowicz, Catherine S. Hubbard, and Radi Masri
    24.          Chronification of Back Pain: Causes and Consequences
    A Vania Apkarian and Marwan N. Baliki
    25.          Imaging Migraine
    David Borsook, Lino Becerra, and Rami Burstein
    26.          Chronic Visceral Pain
    Emeran A. Mayer, Arpana Gupta, Yasser Al Omran, and Qasim Aziz
    27.          Brain Imaging and Chronic Visceral Pain
    Yasser Al Omran and Qasim Aziz
    28.          In Search of Pelvic Pain
    Melissa A. Farmer
    29.          Functional and Structural Neural Abnormalities in Temporomandibular Disorders
    Massieh Moayedi and Karen D. Davis
    30.          Brain Activity and Reorganization in CRPS
    Martin Lotze and Flavia DiPietro
    31.          Acupuncture, Pain, and Brain Imaging
    Randy L. Gollub and Jian Kong
    32.          Controversies in the Mechanism of Central Pain
    J.H. Chien, J.H. Kim, J.J. Cheng, C.C. Liu, J.D. Greenspan, and F.A. Lenz
    33.          Pharmacological FMRI
    David Borsook, Tor Wager, and Irene Tracey
    34.          Neuroethical Issues in Brain Imaging of Pain
    Karen D. Davis
    35.          Neuroimaging Current Developments and Future Uses
    Todd Parrish
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