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Michael L. Oshinsky, PhD

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Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Sensitization and ongoing activation in the trigeminal nucleus caudalis
  2. Noninvasive vagus nerve stimulation as treatment for trigeminal allodynia
  3. Quantitative characterization reveals three types of dry-sensitive corneal afferents: Pattern of discharge, receptive field, and thermal and chemical sensitivity
  4. Spontaneous trigeminal allodynia in rats: A model of primary headache
  5. Nociceptive neuropeptide increases and periorbital allodynia in a model of traumatic brain injury
  6. Ocular dryness excites two classes of corneal afferent neurons implicated in basal tearing in rats: Involvement of transient receptor potential channels
  7. Acetate causes alcohol hangover headache in rats
  8. Is phonophobia associated with cutaneous allodynia in migraine?
  9. Pain remapping in migraine: A novel characteristic following trigeminal nerve injury
  10. Tension-type headache with medication overuse: Pathophysiology and clinical implications
  11. Ictal and interictal phonophobia in migraine - A quantitative controlled study
  12. Influence of NMDA and non-NMDA antagonists on acute and inflammatory pain in the trigeminal territory: A placebo control study
  13. Auditory sensitivity of an acoustic parasitoid (Emblemasoma sp., Sarcophagidae, Diptera) and the calling behavior of potential hosts
  14. The first 5 minutes after greater occipital nerve block
  15. Episodic dural stimulation in awake rats: A model for recurrent headache
  16. Insights from experimental studies into allodynia and its treatment
  17. Neurochemistry of trigeminal activatio 0584 n in an animal model of migraine
  18. The start of phonotactic walking in the fly Ormia ochracea: A kinematic study
  19. Consecutive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Phosphene Thresholds in Migraineurs and Controls
  20. Convergence of cervical and trigeminal sensory afferents