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Hyperalgesia: Molecular Mechanisms And Clinical Implications (Progress in Pain Research and Management, Volume 30)

ISBN: 9780931092503
Publisher: IASP Press
Edition: 1
Publication Date: 2004-10-01
Number of pages: 426
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All health care professionals dealing with pain states are concerned with hyperalgesia. For the basic scientist, hyperalgesia is a fascinating consequence of the plasticity of the nociceptive nervous system. Our knowledge on the pathomechanisms of different forms of hyperalgesia has greatly increased during recent years. Refined analysis methods have provided new insights at all levels of the nervous system-from primary afferents to cortical processing. Methods of molecular biology have allowed for analysis at the level of genomic processing, with fascinating consequences for the study of drug actions. Because of their great impact for the future development of the field, these recent advances are of interest to everybody in the pain field.

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