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Brain stem catecholamine mechanisms in tonic and reflex control of Dual channel electrostimulation in pain.

Effect of spinal cord stimulation on tactile hypersensitivity in mononeuropathic rats is potentiated by simultaneous GABA(B) and adenosine receptor activation.

Effects of spinal cord stimulation on coronary blood flow velocity.

Spinal pain mechanisms. [Review] [20 refs]

Substance P in nociceptive sensory neurons. [Review] [44 refs]

The role of nervous mechanisms in the immune response. [Review] [30 refs]

Siddall PJ. Cousins MJ.

Department of Anesthesia and Pain Management, University of Sydney, Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards NSW, Australia.

Spinal pain mechanisms. [Review] [20 refs]

Spine. 22(1):98-104, 1997 Jan 1.


Pain is an extremely complex process that involves the interaction of an array of neurotransmitters and neuromodulators at all levels of the neuraxis. Identification of the receptors and processes that are involved in the transmission of pain at a spinal level has led to the use of new agents and new techniques in pain management. These include use of preemptive analgesia and use of techniques such as intrathecal drug administration and epidural spinal cord stimulation. This review presents some of the findings from basic research that have led to these developments, particularly those that relate to the changes that occur following inflammation and nerve injury.

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Dual channel electrostimulation in pain.

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