Pain Research

Impaired Alcohol-Induced Dopamine Release in the Nucleus Accumbens in an Inflammatory Pain Model: Behavioral Implications in Male Rats

Recent studies have drawn the attention to the link between alcohol use disorder and the presence of pain. Indeed, the correct management of pain in patients with a previous history of alcohol use disorder has been reported to decrease the risk of relapse in alcohol drinking, suggesting that in this prone population, pain may increase the vulnerability to relapse. Read more.

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