A team of investigators compared outcomes following implementation of an artificial intelligence-generated cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain with therapist telephone interactions.
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A team of investigators evaluated the gap that exists between the prevalence of opioid use disorder and its treatment in the United States.
Investigators assessed the impact of SARS-Cov-2 infection on pressure-pain sensitivity, conditioned pain modulation, and exercise-induced hypoalgesia.
Investigators conducted a prospective, observational cohort study to evaluate the relationship between neuropathic pain and cognitive performance in individuals with HIV.
Psychotic illnesses can affect choroidal thickness, choroidal vascular volume, and choroid vascular density, but these changes vary dependent on patient sex.
Researchers created an instrument to measure pain invalidation experienced by individuals with chronic pain.
Researchers sought to investigate the impact of ACT and MSR on symptoms and emotional competencies in patients with MS.
Investigators evaluated the safety of coadministration of muscle relaxants and opioids among patients receiving long-term opioid therapy.
Researchers sought to investigate the association between women with laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis and the risk for stroke.
Researchers evaluated the effects of ivermectic on SARS-CoV-2 viral load and culture viability among outpatients with COVID-19.
In a retrospective study, researchers determined whether the COVID-19 pandemic and COVID-19 infection affects disease course in patients with MS.
Using postmortem high resolution MRI, researchers characterized the possible mechanisms of neural damage in patients infected with COVID-19.
Researchers sought to evaluate whether immunocompromised individuals infected with COVID-19 are at a higher risk for ICU admission and death compared with nonimmunocompromised individuals.
Researchers sought to evaluate the role of sleep disturbances and sleep disorders in the presence and intensity of chronic postsurgical pain.
In an observational study, researchers examined certified stroke center care access between historically underserved and general communities.
In an observational study, researchers evaluated the role of vaccination in the prevalence of long COVID among Italian health care workers.
Researchers assessed the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics of a nonopioid drug for painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy using data from 3 phase 1 studies.
In a cross-sectional genetic association study, researchers evaluated whether APOEε4 may play a role in CTE.
Researchers sought to provide a biological definition for HD and assess the progression of HD from birth to death through developing an evidence-based staging framework.
Researchers sought to evaluate whether acupuncture may improve symptoms of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
Researchers sought to assess sleep quality in relation to PrEP adherence among younger Black sexual minority men.
Researchers sought to investigate the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on physical activity in patients with MS.
Overall disease severity affects visuomotor behavior during visual search tasks, the report states.
In a Mendelian randomization, researchers evaluated whether a causal genetic relationship exists between OSA and AD or PD.
Data for this study were sourced from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) which was conducted in 2019.
In a retrospective review, researchers sought to investigate the neurologic outcomes in patients with MS and related disorders following COVID-19 infection.
Researchers sought to categorize patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis with the Gold Coast Criteria to evaluate its potential use in clinical trial recruitment.
In a longitudinal study, researchers investigated the relationship between baseline structural measurements of brain reserve and clinical progression in PD.
In a retrospective, observational study, researchers evaluated clinical characteristics of LoHD and assessed whether symptoms are influenced solely on genetics or other factors.
Researchers sought to determine the risks for neuropsychiatric illnesses in patients who survived COVID-19 hospitalization and compare these risks with non-COVID severe respiratory infections.
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