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Pain in patients with transverse myelitis and its relationship to aquaporin 4 antibody status.

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Disambiguating Pharmacodynamic Efficacy from Behavior with Neuroimaging: Implications for Analgesic Drug Development.

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Brain imaging signatures of the relationship between epidermal nerve fibers and heat pain perception.

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Structural imaging of the cervical spinal cord with suppressed CSF signal using DANTE pulse trains.

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Multiple sclerosis in Japan appears to be a milder disease compared to the UK

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Multiple sclerosis in Japan appears to be a milder disease compared to the UK.

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Intrinsically organized resting state networks in the human spinal cord.

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Baseline reward circuitry activity and trait reward responsiveness predict expression of opioid analgesia in healthy subjects.

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Stimulus site and modality dependence of functional activity within the human spinal cord.

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Assessment of physiological noise modelling methods for functional imaging of the spinal cord.

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Analysis of connectivity in the resting state of the default mode of brain function: a major role for the cerebellum?

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