I V Mironova

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After cutting the sciatic nerve in rats, clofelin and propranolol were tested for effects on the development of the pain syndrome. It was found that in rats receiving neither clofelin nor propranolol, the cutting of the sciatic nerve resulted in hyperalgesia, autotomies, increased amplitude of evoked potentials in the contralateral somatosensory cortex(More)
The effects of morphine on the development of the neurogenic pain syndrome were studied in rats after sciatic nerve dissection. Morphine was injected subcutaneously in doses of 0.1, 1.0, and 5.0 mg/kg every day, starting on the first day after dissection. It has been shown that despite the fact that morphine initially arrests the development of the pain(More)
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