Pain-related brain activity seen in nonresponsive patients

02/27/2013 | New Scientist

MRI scans indicate that some patients with unresponsive wakefulness syndrome have brain activity in areas associated with emotional aspects of pain. German researchers reported in the journal Brain and Behavior the activity is in the affective neural network, which interprets pain as being unpleasant.

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