Scandinavian Journal of Pain and the editorial team would like to acknowledge and thank the following international experts for their invaluable contribution to the journal by reviewing submissions from 1st January 2013 to 18th December 2013.Anna-Maria AloisiSteven James LintonLinus AnderssonPekka MäntyselkäLars Arendt-NielsenKlaus MartinyHarald BreivikDagfinn MatreStephen H. ButlerBjörn MeyersonMichele CuratoloOtto Inge MolvaerNanna Brix FinnerupSubas NeupaneArnstein FinsetChristopher Sivert NielsenJohannes Georg FörsterMagnus PetersonMaria Adele Giamberardino Torsten GordhJohan RaederKatri HamunenSilje Endresen RemeJohn HansenLuis RomundstadTarja HeiskanenLeiv Arne RosselandAnthony HobsonTone RustoenEija KalsoPeppiina SaastamoinenHelge KaschEva SkovlundNur KesiktasPekka TarkkilaPål KlepstadAstrid Juhl TerkelsenUlf E. KongsgaardDean TrippVesa KontinenMads U. WernerGunnvald KvarsteinDavid Yarnitsky
Scandinavian Journal of Pain – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 2014
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