Stephen A. Raymond

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Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
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Rocco AG, Raymond SA. (2007) Comment on editorial: Is CRPS I a neuropathic pain syndrome? Pain. 128: 285-6
Jamison RN, Raymond SA, Slawsby EA, et al. (2006) Pain assessment in patients with low back pain: comparison of weekly recall and momentary electronic data. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 7: 192-9
Rocco AG, Raymond SA. (2005) Sympathetically maintained pain and dystonia blocked by systemic but not regional intravenous phentolamine Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 18: 1-4
Jamison RN, Gracely RH, Raymond SA, et al. (2002) Comparative study of electronic vs. paper VAS ratings: a randomized, crossover trial using healthy volunteers. Pain. 99: 341-7
Jamison RN, Raymond SA, Levine JG, et al. (2001) Electronic diaries for monitoring chronic pain: 1-year validation study. Pain. 91: 277-85
Gugino LD, Aglio LS, Raymond SA, et al. (2001) Intraoperative cortical function localization techniques Techniques in Neurosurgery. 7: 19-32
Peled S, Cory DG, Raymond SA, et al. (1999) Water diffusion, T(2), and compartmentation in frog sciatic nerve. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine : Official Journal of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine / Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 42: 911-8
Jamison RN, Raymond SA, Slawsby EA, et al. (1998) Opioid therapy for chronic noncancer back pain. A randomized prospective study. Spine. 23: 2591-600
Huang JH, Thalhammer JG, Raymond SA, et al. (1997) Susceptibility to lidocaine of impulses in different somatosensory afferent fibers of rat sciatic nerve. The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 282: 802-11
Waikar SS, Thalhammer JG, Raymond SA, et al. (1996) Mechanoreceptive afferents exhibit functionally-specific activity dependent changes in conduction velocity. Brain Research. 721: 91-100
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