Gary J. Bennett focuses on Anesthesia, Neuropathic pain, Peripheral neuropathy, Allodynia and Hyperalgesia. His Anesthesia research includes themes of Clinical trial, Intensive care medicine, Edema and Nociception. His Neuropathic pain research integrates issues from Analgesic, Chronic pain and Mood.
His work deals with themes such as Local anesthesia, Myositis, Pathology, Hindlimb and Sciatic nerve, which intersect with Peripheral neuropathy. In Allodynia, Gary J. Bennett works on issues like Reflex, which are connected to Mechanoreceptor. Gary J. Bennett interconnects Mononeuropathy, Dysesthesia, Freund's adjuvant, Sensory loss and Opioid in the investigation of issues within Hyperalgesia.
Anesthesia, Neuropathic pain, Peripheral neuropathy, Hyperalgesia and Allodynia are his primary areas of study. His study looks at the relationship between Anesthesia and topics such as Nociception, which overlap with Neuroscience. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sciatic nerve, Nerve injury, Physical therapy and Pathology.
Gary J. Bennett studied Sciatic nerve and Spinal cord that intersect with Central nervous system. His Peripheral neuropathy research incorporates themes from Paclitaxel, Chemotherapy, Peripheral, Pathophysiology and Mitochondrion. His Hyperalgesia research includes elements of Threshold of pain and Pharmacology.
Gary J. Bennett spends much of his time researching Neuropathic pain, Anesthesia, Peripheral neuropathy, Hyperalgesia and Pathology. His studies in Neuropathic pain integrate themes in fields like Receptor and Sciatic nerve. His study in the fields of Complex regional pain syndrome under the domain of Anesthesia overlaps with other disciplines such as Context.
His Peripheral neuropathy study incorporates themes from Paclitaxel, Mitochondrion and Anatomy. Gary J. Bennett specializes in Hyperalgesia, namely Allodynia. His research integrates issues of Sensory system and Tibial nerve in his study of Pathology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Neuropathic pain, Peripheral neuropathy, Pathology, Hyperalgesia and Mitochondrion. His Neuropathic pain study results in a more complete grasp of Anesthesia. His studies deal with areas such as Spontaneous pain and Central sensitization as well as Anesthesia.
The concepts of his Pathology study are interwoven with issues in Neuroscience, Sensory system and Spinal cord. In the subject of general Hyperalgesia, his work in Allodynia is often linked to Olesoxime and TRPM8, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Mitochondrion study combines topics in areas such as Peripheral, Sciatic nerve and Chemotherapy.
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A peripheral mononeuropathy in rat that produces disorders of pain sensation like those seen in man.
Gary J. Bennett;Y.-K. Xie.
Advances in Neuropathic Pain: Diagnosis, Mechanisms, and Treatment Recommendations
Robert H. Dworkin;Miroslav Backonja;Michael C. Rowbotham;Robert R. Allen.
JAMA Neurology (2003)
Painful neuropathy: altered central processing maintained dynamically by peripheral input.
Richard Harvey Gracely;Sue A. Lynch;Gary J. Bennett.
Spinal and Trigeminal Mechanisms of Nociception
R Dubner;G J Bennett.
Annual Review of Neuroscience (1983)
Towards a mechanism-based classification of pain?
Clifford J. Woolf;Gary J. Bennett;Michael Doherty;Ronald Dubner.
Are the symptoms of cancer and cancer treatment due to a shared biologic mechanism? A cytokine-immunologic model of cancer symptoms
Charles S. Cleeland;Gary J. Bennett;Robert Dantzer;Patrick M. Dougherty.
Ethosuximide reverses paclitaxel- and vincristine-induced painful peripheral neuropathy.
Sarah J.L Flatters;Gary J Bennett.
Extra-territorial pain in rats with a peripheral mononeuropathy: mechano-hyperalgesia and mechano-allodynia in the territory of an uninjured nerve.
Michael Tal;Gary J. Bennett.
A painful peripheral neuropathy in the rat produced by the chemotherapeutic drug, paclitaxel.
Rosemary C Polomano;Andrew J Mannes;Uraina S Clark;Gary J Bennett.
Behavioral and physiological studies of non-narcotic analgesia in the rat elicited by certain environmental stimuli
Ronald L. Hayes;Ronald L. Hayes;Gary J. Bennett;Gary J. Bennett;Pauline G. Newlon;Pauline G. Newlon;David J. Mayer;David J. Mayer.
Brain Research (1978)
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