Items by Cohen, Helen
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Cohen, H., McCabe, C., Harris, N., Hall, J., Lewis, J. and Blake, D.R., 2013. Clinical evidence of parietal cortex dysfunction and correlation with extent of allodynia in CRPS type 1. European Journal of Pain, 17 (4), pp. 527-538.
Cohen, H., 2010. Somaesthesia, Autonomic Dysfunction and the Perception of Pain in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Chronic Rheumatic Disease. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Cohen, H. and McCabe, C., 2010. A case of complex regional pain syndrome with extensive severe allodynia, referred sensations and clinical evidence of parietal lobe dysfunction:Cortical reorganisation contributes to clinical presentation. Rheumatology, 49 (Supplement 1), I40-I40.
Cohen, H., Harris, N. and McCabe, C., 2010. Distorting proprioception in patients with rheumatic diseases exacerbates sensory disturbances: further evidence for central pain mechanisms. Rheumatology, 49 (Supplement 1), I62.
Cohen, H., Harris, N., Van Velsen, G. and McCabe, C., 2010. Does the degree of cortical reorganization determine different clinical phenotypes in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)? A sensormotor study. Rheumatology, 49 (Supplement 1), I63.
McCabe, C. S., Cohen, H., Hall, J., Lewis, J., Rodham, K. and Harris, N., 2009. Somatosensory conflicts in complex regional pain syndrome type 1 and Fibromyalgia syndrome. Current Rheumatology Reports, 11 (6), pp. 461-465.