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Hypothalamus and amygdala response to acupuncture stimuli in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Napadow V, Kettner N, Liu J, Li M, Kwong KK, Vangel M, Makris N, Audette J, Hui KK.

Pain. 2007 Aug;130(3):254-66. Epub 2007 Jan 19.

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Somatosensory cortical plasticity in carpal tunnel syndrome treated by acupuncture.

Napadow V, Liu J, Li M, Kettner N, Ryan A, Kwong KK, Hui KK, Audette JF.

Hum Brain Mapp. 2007 Mar;28(3):159-71.

PMID:
16761270
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Brain activity associated with expectancy-enhanced placebo analgesia as measured by functional magnetic resonance imaging.

Kong J, Gollub RL, Rosman IS, Webb JM, Vangel MG, Kirsch I, Kaptchuk TJ.

J Neurosci. 2006 Jan 11;26(2):381-8.

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Mechanisms of placebo analgesia: rACC recruitment of a subcortical antinociceptive network.

Bingel U, Lorenz J, Schoell E, Weiller C, B├╝chel C.

Pain. 2006 Jan;120(1-2):8-15. Epub 2005 Dec 20.

PMID:
16364549
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Belief or Need? Accounting for individual variations in the neurochemistry of the placebo effect.

Zubieta JK, Yau WY, Scott DJ, Stohler CS.

Brain Behav Immun. 2006 Jan;20(1):15-26. Epub 2005 Oct 20.

PMID:
16242910
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Placebo effects mediated by endogenous opioid activity on mu-opioid receptors.

Zubieta JK, Bueller JA, Jackson LR, Scott DJ, Xu Y, Koeppe RA, Nichols TE, Stohler CS.

J Neurosci. 2005 Aug 24;25(34):7754-62.

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The integrated response of the human cerebro-cerebellar and limbic systems to acupuncture stimulation at ST 36 as evidenced by fMRI.

Hui KK, Liu J, Marina O, Napadow V, Haselgrove C, Kwong KK, Kennedy DN, Makris N.

Neuroimage. 2005 Sep;27(3):479-96.

PMID:
16046146
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Placebos and painkillers: is mind as real as matter?

Colloca L, Benedetti F.

Nat Rev Neurosci. 2005 Jul;6(7):545-52. Review.

PMID:
15995725
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Expectancy and belief modulate the neuronal substrates of pain treated by acupuncture.

Pariente J, White P, Frackowiak RS, Lewith G.

Neuroimage. 2005 May 1;25(4):1161-7.

PMID:
15850733
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Pain and the placebo: what we have learned.

Hoffman GA, Harrington A, Fields HL.

Perspect Biol Med. 2005 Spring;48(2):248-65. Review.

PMID:
15834197
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Effects of electroacupuncture versus manual acupuncture on the human brain as measured by fMRI.

Napadow V, Makris N, Liu J, Kettner NW, Kwong KK, Hui KK.

Hum Brain Mapp. 2005 Mar;24(3):193-205.

PMID:
15499576
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Context-dependent deactivation of the amygdala during pain.

Petrovic P, Carlsson K, Petersson KM, Hansson P, Ingvar M.

J Cogn Neurosci. 2004 Sep;16(7):1289-301.

PMID:
15453980
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fMRI study of acupuncture-induced periaqueductal gray activity in humans.

Liu WC, Feldman SC, Cook DB, Hung DL, Xu T, Kalnin AJ, Komisaruk BR.

Neuroreport. 2004 Aug 26;15(12):1937-40.

PMID:
15305141
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Modulation of cerebellar activities by acupuncture stimulation: evidence from fMRI study.

Yoo SS, Teh EK, Blinder RA, Jolesz FA.

Neuroimage. 2004 Jun;22(2):932-40.

PMID:
15193624
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Placebo-induced changes in FMRI in the anticipation and experience of pain.

Wager TD, Rilling JK, Smith EE, Sokolik A, Casey KL, Davidson RJ, Kosslyn SM, Rose RM, Cohen JD.

Science. 2004 Feb 20;303(5661):1162-7.

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Visual cortical activations on fMRI upon stimulation of the vision-implicated acupoints.

Li G, Cheung RT, Ma QY, Yang ES.

Neuroreport. 2003 Apr 15;14(5):669-73.

PMID:
12692460
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Acupuncture: the search for biologic evidence with functional magnetic resonance imaging and positron emission tomography techniques.

Cho ZH, Oleson TD, Alimi D, Niemtzow RC.

J Altern Complement Med. 2002 Aug;8(4):399-401. No abstract available.

PMID:
12230898
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Neuronal specificity of acupuncture response: a fMRI study with electroacupuncture.

Wu MT, Sheen JM, Chuang KH, Yang P, Chin SL, Tsai CY, Chen CJ, Liao JR, Lai PH, Chu KA, Pan HB, Yang CF.

Neuroimage. 2002 Aug;16(4):1028-37.

PMID:
12202090
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