Yelena Granovsky
Yelena Granovsky
Technion Faculty of Medicine and Rambam Medical Center, Israel
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Prediction of chronic post-operative pain: pre-operative DNIC testing identifies patients at risk
D Yarnitsky, Y Crispel, E Eisenberg, Y Granovsky, A Ben-Nun, E Sprecher, ...
Pain 138 (1), 22-28, 2008
The methodology of experimentally induced diffuse noxious inhibitory control (DNIC)-like effect in humans
D Pud, Y Granovsky, D Yarnitsky
Pain 144 (1), 16-19, 2009
Conditioned pain modulation predicts duloxetine efficacy in painful diabetic neuropathy
D Yarnitsky, M Granot, H Nahman-Averbuch, M Khamaisi, Y Granovsky
Pain 153 (6), 1193-1198, 2012
Determinants of endogenous analgesia magnitude in a diffuse noxious inhibitory control (DNIC) paradigm: do conditioning stimulus painfulness, gender and personality variables …
M Granot, I Weissman-Fogel, Y Crispel, D Pud, Y Granovsky, E Sprecher, ...
Pain 136 (1-2), 142-149, 2008
Pain modulation profile and pain therapy: between pro-and antinociception
D Yarnitsky, M Granot, Y Granovsky
Pain 155 (4), 663-665, 2014
Thermoreceptive innervation of human glabrous and hairy skin: a contact heat evoked potential analysis
Y Granovsky, D Matre, A Sokolik, J Lorenz, KL Casey
Pain 115 (3), 238-247, 2005
Contact heat-evoked temporal summation: tonic versus repetitive-phasic stimulation
M Granot, Y Granovsky, E Sprecher, RR Nir, D Yarnitsky
Pain 122 (3), 295-305, 2006
Pain perception in women with dysmenorrhea
M Granot, D Yarnitsky, J Itskovitz-Eldor, Y Granovsky, E Peer, EZ Zimmer
Obstetrics & Gynecology 98 (3), 407-411, 2001
Enhanced presurgical pain temporal summation response predicts post-thoracotomy pain intensity during the acute postoperative phase
I Weissman-Fogel, Y Granovsky, Y Crispel, A Ben-Nun, LA Best, ...
The Journal of Pain 10 (6), 628-636, 2009
Repeated noxious stimulation of the skin enhances cutaneous pain perception of migraine patients in-between attacks: clinical evidence for continuous sub-threshold increase in …
I Weissman-Fogel, E Sprecher, Y Granovsky, D Yarnitsky
Pain 104 (3), 693-700, 2003
Objective correlate of subjective pain perception by contact heat-evoked potentials
Y Granovsky, M Granot, RR Nir, D Yarnitsky
The Journal of Pain 9 (1), 53-63, 2008
A psychophysical study of endogenous analgesia: the role of the conditioning pain in the induction and magnitude of conditioned pain modulation
RR Nir, Y Granovsky, D Yarnitsky, E Sprecher, M Granot
European journal of pain 15 (5), 491-497, 2011
Pain sensitivity is inversely related to regional grey matter density in the brain
NM Emerson, F Zeidan, OV Lobanov, MS Hadsel, KT Martucci, ...
PAINŽ 155 (3), 566-573, 2014
Simultaneous recording of late and ultra-late pain evoked potentials in fibromyalgia
M Granot, D Buskila, Y Granovsky, E Sprecher, L Neumann, D Yarnitsky
Clinical Neurophysiology 112 (10), 1881-1887, 2001
Distinct brain mechanisms support spatial vs temporal filtering of nociceptive information
H Nahman-Averbuch, KT Martucci, Y Granovsky, I Weissman-Fogel, ...
PAINŽ 155 (12), 2491-2501, 2014
Waning of “conditioned pain modulation”: a novel expression of subtle pronociception in migraine
H Nahman‐Averbuch, Y Granovsky, RC Coghill, D Yarnitsky, E Sprecher, ...
Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain 53 (7), 1104-1115, 2013
Conditioned pain modulation: a predictor for development and treatment of neuropathic pain
Y Granovsky
Current pain and headache reports 17 (9), 361, 2013
Pronociceptive pain modulation in patients with painful chemotherapy-induced polyneuropathy
H Nahman-Averbuch, D Yarnitsky, Y Granovsky, E Sprecher, M Steiner, ...
Journal of pain and symptom management 42 (2), 229-238, 2011
The role of stimulation parameters on the conditioned pain modulation response
H Nahman-Averbuch, D Yarnitsky, Y Granovsky, E Gerber, P Dagul, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Pain 4 (1), 10-14, 2013
Personalized pain medicine: the clinical value of psychophysical assessment of pain modulation profile
Y Granovsky, D Yarnitsky
Rambam Maimonides medical journal 4 (4), 2013
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