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NIRS Publication Pain Research NIRx

Pain Research

Obtaining pain indicators from brain activity can be particularly interesting when the efficiency of pain treatments is to be evaluated, or when determining pain levels from people that may not be able to verbally communicate. fNIRS in particular, is a promising tool for this area giving its portability and noninvasiveness.

T. Zeng, D. Peru, V. P. Maloney, and L. Najafizadeh, “Cortical activity changes as related to oral irritation-an fNIRS study,” 2017, pp. 2558–2561.

A. Vrana, M. L. Meier, S. Hotz-Boendermaker, B. K. Humphreys, and F. Scholkmann, “Cortical Sensorimotor Processing of Painful Pressure in Patients with Chronic Lower Back Pain—An Optical Neuroimaging Study using fNIRS,” Front. Hum. Neurosci., vol. 10, 2016.

K.-S. Hong and H.-D. Nguyen, “State-space models of impulse hemodynamic responses over motor, somatosensory, and visual cortices,” Biomed Opt Express, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 1778–1798, May 2014.

J.-W. He, F. Tian, H. Liu, and Y. B. Peng, “Cerebrovascular responses of the rat brain to noxious stimuli as examined by functional near-infrared whole brain imaging,” J. Neurophysiol., vol. 107, no. 10, pp. 2853–2865, May 2012.

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