Pain Mechanisms and Management

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IOS Press, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 390 pages
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The overall themes of this book are recent advances in mechanisms of pain and the application of those in clinics. Specific attention is paid to developing countries where practice of pain management seriously lags behind current scientific understanding. Both the local traditions for curing pain and the substances used are presented in this book.
 

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Contents

Supraspinal Physiology
3
Effects of Metabolic Disruption on Neuronal Excitability D O Carpenter M W Riepe
15
Signal Transduction Mechanism and Metabolic Regulation of Axoplasmic Transport
29
Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms in Neurotransmitter Release JM Trifard
35
Nociceptive Pain Mechanisms and Chronification P W Reeh
51
A Model System for Studying the Behavioral Pharmacology of Spinal
59
Spinal Facilitation and the Post Tissue Injury Pain State TL Yaksh
71
Insights from
79
Manifestations and Mechanisms of Pain K J Berkley
159
Neuronal Organization of Limbic Mechanisms of Pain Sensitivity Regulation
181
Thalamocortical Connections of the Cingulate and Insula in Relation to Nociceptive
212
Pain Perception and the Role of Thalamocortical Inhibitory Networks across
228
The Mechanisms by which Tissue Damage and Pain are Related P D Wall
252
Design of Novel Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Agonists with Potential
285
Low and High Molecular Compounds from Plants and Animals with
301
Review of the Medicinal Plants of Armenia and Karabagh A A Charchoglian
319

Morphine and Noxiously Evoked Spinal Fos Expression Induced by Carrageenin
88
The Role of Signal Transduction Pathways in Sensitization of Primate Spinothalamic
106
Dissociation between Peripheral and Central Components of the EndotoxinInduced
120
Thymulin at High Doses Reduces EndotoxinInduced Hyperalgesia by Reducing
131
The Effect of Diet on Neuropathic Pain Expression in Rats Y Shir A Ratner
139
Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Nitric Oxide Effects K V Azatian
335
The TrophoDefensive System TDS as Target to Prevent Chronic Pain
355
An Epidemiologic Outlook H K Armenian
369
Percutaneous Radiofrequency Nucleotomy in Symptomatic Disc Protrusion
377
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