Acute pain mechanisms.


The systems activated by tissue-injuring stimuli are complex. The nociceptive primary afferents have little spontaneous activity under normal conditions; however, after tissue injury, they display longlasting, ongoing activity. This results, in part, because the injury elicits the release of active factors that sensitize or excite the peripheral nerve… (More)


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