Pain Research

Objective Marker of Chronic Pain on the Horizon

Brain scans focusing on spatial variations in cerebral blood flow correlated with the presence — though not severity — of chronic knee pain, researchers said. The findings could eventually lead to a “brain signature of chronic pain,” according to Dorothee Auer, MD, of Queen’s Medical College in Nottingham, England, and colleagues.

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