Central stimulation-induced analgesia in humans--modulation by endogenous opioid peptides.


Stimulation of the endogenous opiate system produced relief of somatosensory induced pain states. Stimulation of the nonopiate system can control pain from somatosensory causes as well as damage to the nervous system. Neither of these systems in themselves are rewarding or produce self-stimulation in humans, who have free choice of whether to use… (More)


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