Cortical and subcortical localization of response to pain in man using positron emission tomography

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Cortical and subcortical localization of response to pain in man using positron emission tomography
Authors: A. K. P. Jones, W. D. Brown, Karl J. Friston, L. Y. Qi, Richard S. J. Frackowiak
Citation: Proceedings: Biological Sciences 244 (1309): 39-44. 1991 April
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Cortical and subcortical localization of response to pain in man using positron emission tomography is a scientific article with a study on pain using positron emission tomography.

[edit] Results

Result from data analysis is reported in text and shown in Figures 1 and 2, but no exact coordinates are reported other than the z coordinate for the activated slices

It may be possible to read off the x and y coordinates from the Figures 1 and 2.

In Swedish-Taiwanese paper the cingulate activation is reported to be (-8,-12, 40).[1]

In the original BrainMap database the coordinates seems to be given as (-1, -1, 28), (-12, -10, 1) and (-30, 2, 1), i.e., with another coordinate than the Swedish-Taiwanese study.

[edit] References

  1. Jen-Chuen Hsieh, Måns Belfrage, Sharon Stone-Elander, Per Hansson, Martin Ingvar (1995). "Central representation of chronic ongoing neuropathic pain studied by positron emission tomography". Pain 63(2): 225-236. doi: 10.1016/0304-3959(95)00048-W. PMID: 8628589.
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