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CiteWeb id: 20050000258

CiteWeb score: 2550

DOI: 10.1016/j.ejpain.2004.11.001

The perception of pain due to an acute injury or in clinical pain states undergoes substantial processing at supraspinal levels. Supraspinal, brain mechanisms are increasingly recognized as playing a major role in the representation and modulation of pain experience. These neural mechanisms may then contribute to interindividual variations and disabilities associated with chronic pain conditions.

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