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Cognitive and school functioning in children and adolescents with chronic pain: A critical review.
(Pain and Research Management, 2010)
Cognitive function is a critical factor related to a child’s overall developmental trajectory. There is increasing evidence that chronic pain disrupts cognitive function in adults. Little is known about the nature or ...
Referred sensations in chronic pain patients
This clinical note describes an unusual phenomenon of referred sensation reported in a sample of 98 chronic pain patients during electrical stimulation. Thirty-nine percent reported a variety of sensations referred to ...
Children with chronic pain: Impact of sex and age on long-term outcomes
The present study examined the long-term pain and disability outcomes of a pediatric chronic pain clinic cohort and evaluated whether these outcomes differed by age and sex. Patients were interviewed a mean of 3 years after ...
Chronic Pain in Hospitalized Infants: Health Professionals' Perspectives
Potentially significant numbers of infants hospitalized in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) and Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs) experience chronic pain. However, the phenomenon of chronic pain in infancy has ...
The role of work stress as a moderating variable in the chronic pain and depression association
Objective This article aims to examine the role of work stress as a moderating variable in the chronic pain–depression association, as well as sex differences in this link. Methods The analyses were carried out using ...