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Hellman, KevinPerson Why?
Tu, FrankPerson Why?
Early Menstrual Pain Impact on Multisensory HypersensitivityGrant Why?
Neurophysiological Diagnostics for Menstrual PainGrant Why?
Cine MRI during spontaneous cramps in women with menstrual pain.Academic Article Why?
Low Serum Oxytocin Concentrations Are Associated with Painful Menstruation.Academic Article Why?
Noninvasive imaging of uterine physiology to improve treatment for dysmenorrheaGrant Why?
Mechanistic Characterization of Uterine Pain (M-CUP) to improve diagnosis and treatment for dysmenorrheaGrant Why?
Primary Dysmenorrhea: Diagnosis and Therapy.Academic Article Why?
A noninvasive bladder sensory test supports a role for dysmenorrhea increasing bladder noxious mechanosensitivity.Academic Article Why?
Abdominal skeletal muscle activity precedes spontaneous menstrual cramping pain in primary dysmenorrhea.Academic Article Why?
Altered brain connectivity in dysmenorrhea: pain modulation and the motor cortex.Academic Article Why?
Circulating sex steroids and bladder pain sensitivity in dysmenorrhea.Academic Article Why?
Clinical profile of comorbid dysmenorrhea and bladder sensitivity: a?cross-sectional analysis.Academic Article Why?
Development and validation of a real-time method characterizing spontaneous pain in women with dysmenorrhea.Academic Article Why?
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