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Cutaneous allodynia in the migraine population.
Pain perception studies in tension-type headache.
Pathophysiology of tension-type headache.
Increased pain sensitivity in migraine and tension-type headache coexistent with low back pain: A cross-sectional population study.
Pain sensitivity in pericranial and extracranial regions.
Temporomandibular disorders and cutaneous allodynia are associated in individuals with migraine.
Generalized hyperalgesia in patients with chronic tension-type headache.
Increased muscular and cutaneous pain sensitivity in cephalic region in patients with chronic tension-type headache.