P L Biles

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OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine race and sex differences in cutaneous pain perception. METHODS Pain perception was measured using a suprathreshold evaluation of pain intensity and pain unpleasantness to a series of thermal stimuli in 27 whites (14 men and 13 women) and 24 African Americans (12 men and 12 women). Blood pressure,(More)
In order to determine the influence of resting systolic blood pressure and stable angina on cutaneous pain perception, we studied 19 male cardiac patients with stable angina and 16 male controls. Pain perception was measured using a suprathreshold evaluation of pain intensity and pain unpleasantness to a series of thermal stimuli. We found that men with(More)
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