Examining test-retest reliability of evoked response and resting-state functional MRI endpoints in human brain and cervical spine

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Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has been particularly insightful about the underlying brain systems engaged in the experience of pain. It holds great potential as a tool for investigating the mechanisms of pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain therapies. However, to maximise confidence in fMRI results, it is important to examine the ability of fMRI paradigms to generate a stabl...

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