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CRHBP polymorphisms predict chronic pain development following motor vehicle collision.
No man is an island: living in a disadvantaged neighborhood influences chronic pain development after motor vehicle collision.
Chronic widespread pain after motor vehicle collision typically occurs through immediate development and nonrecovery: results of an emergency department-based cohort study.
Obesity increases the risk of chronic pain development after motor vehicle collision.
Polygenic risk scoring to assess genetic overlap and protective factors influencing posttraumatic stress, depression, and chronic pain after motor vehicle collision trauma.
CpG Methylation Levels in HPA Axis Genes Predict Chronic Pain Outcomes Following Trauma Exposure.