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Pain categories
Age and perception of pain
Neuroanatomy of pain
The brain first perceives the sensation of pain
The role of the afferent and efferent pathways in processing of pain information
Afferent pathways:
Efferent analgesic system
The role of the spinal cord in pain processing
Theory of pain production and modulation
Neuropathic pain
Peripheral neuralgias after trauma or surgery
Deaferentation pain following spinal cord injury
Pathophysiology of muscle pain
Pathophysiology of visceral pain
Characteristic feature of true visceral pain
Refered visceral pain (transferred pain)
Silent myocardial ischemia (SMI)
Disturbances in pain perception and nociception
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Published by: Jhen Gonzales on Mar 23, 2012
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