Cortical nociceptive systems.


There is evidence that the cerebral cortex is involved in the perception of pain but no specific area appears to be the 'pain centre'. Limited knowledge exists on the cortical processing of the noxious input. The nociceptors are most likely to activate at least two different systems with different characteristics. One has a bilateral cortical projection, no… (More)


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