Internal medicine connects with themes related to Radioimmunoassay in his study. Radioimmunoassay is often connected to Endocrinology in his work. Thomas Lundeberg integrates Endocrinology and Gastroenterology in his research. Thomas Lundeberg integrates Gastroenterology with Internal medicine in his research. He combines topics linked to Acupuncture with his work on Pathology. He merges Acupuncture with Alternative medicine in his research. He combines Alternative medicine and Placebo in his studies. His research brings together the fields of Pathology and Placebo. His Receptor study typically links adjacent topics like Neuropeptide Y receptor.
His Alternative medicine studies intersect with other subjects such as Acupuncture and Placebo. His research ties Pathology and Placebo together. He combines topics linked to Osteoarthritis with his work on Pathology. His Osteoarthritis study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Alternative medicine. His Internal medicine study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Blood flow. Thomas Lundeberg integrates Anesthesia and Surgery in his research. Thomas Lundeberg merges Surgery with Anesthesia in his research. His Nociception research extends to Receptor, which is thematically connected. Thomas Lundeberg frequently studies issues relating to Receptor and Nociception.
His Alternative medicine investigation overlaps with Acupuncture and Traditional medicine. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Traditional medicine and Alternative medicine through his works. His Internal medicine study frequently involves adjacent topics like Etiology, Saliva, Retrospective cohort study and Interquartile range. His work on Internal medicine expands to the thematically related Etiology. As part of his studies on Retrospective cohort study, Thomas Lundeberg often connects relevant areas like Pathology. His study ties his expertise on Acupuncture together with the subject of Pathology. His study ties his expertise on Surgery together with the subject of Interquartile range. Surgery and Knee Joint are frequently intertwined in his study. Physical therapy and Physical medicine and rehabilitation are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work.
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Activation of vagal afferents after intravenous injection of interleukin-1beta: role of endogenous prostaglandins.
Monica Ek;Mieko Kurosawa;Thomas Lundeberg;Anders Ericsson.
The Journal of Neuroscience (1998)
Are minimal, superficial or sham acupuncture procedures acceptable as inert placebo controls?
Iréne Lund;Thomas Lundeberg.
Acupuncture in Medicine (2006)
Pain alleviation by vibratory stimulation
T. Lundeberg;R. Nordemar;D. Ottoson.
International Spinal Cord Injury Pain Classification: part I. Background and description
Bryce Tn;Biering-Sørensen F;Finnerup Nb;Cardenas Dd.
Spinal Cord (2012)
Effects of electro-acupuncture on anovulation in women with polycystic ovary syndrome
Elisabet Stener-Victorin;Urban Waldenström;Ulrika Tägnfors;Thomas Lundeberg.
Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica (2000)
Reliability and responsiveness of three different pain assessments.
Thomas Lundeberg;Iréne Lund;Lisbeth Dahlin;Elsebet Borg.
Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine (2001)
Oxytocin causes a long-term decrease of blood pressure in female and male rats
Maria Petersson;Pawel Alster;Thomas Lundeberg;Kerstin Uvnäs-Moberg.
Physiology & Behavior (1996)
Effects of acupuncture on skin and muscle blood flow in healthy subjects
Margareta Sandberg;Thomas Lundeberg;Lars-Göran Lindberg;Björn Gerdle.
European Journal of Applied Physiology (2003)
Repeated massage-like stimulation induces long-term effects on nociception: contribution of oxytocinergic mechanisms.
Iréne Lund;Y Ge;Long-Chuan Yu;Kerstin Uvnas-Moberg.
European Journal of Neuroscience (2002)
The antinociceptive effect of non-noxious sensory stimulation is mediated partly through oxytocinergic mechanisms
K. UVNäS-MOBERG;G. Bruzelius;P. Alster;T. Lundeberg.
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica (1993)
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