Charlie Knott

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UNLABELLED Many studies report that people with temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are more sensitive to experimental pain stimuli than TMD-free controls. Such differences in sensitivity are observed in remote body sites as well as in the orofacial region, suggesting a generalized upregulation of nociceptive processing in TMD cases. This large case-control(More)
Background A major impediment to addressing the epidemic of persistent pain conditions is the development of classification procedures that capture the mosaic of signs and symptoms that accompany these disorders. According to the biopsy -cho-social model, the measurable features of an idiopathic pain condition such as temporomandibular disorder (TMD) are(More)
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