Pain is common after sexual assault and posttraumatic arousal/reactivity symptoms mediate the development of new or worsening persistent pain

Nicole A. Short, Andrew S. Tungate, Kenneth A. Bollen, Jenyth Sullivan, Teresa D'Anza, Megan Lechner, Kathy Bell, Jenny Black, Jennie Buchanan, Rhiannon Reese, Jeffrey D. Ho, Gordon D. Reed, Melissa A. Platt, Ralph J. Riviello, Catherine H. Rossi, Sandra L. Martin, Israel Liberzon, Sheila A.M. Rauch, Ronald C. Kessler, Nicole NugentSamuel A. McLean

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