Effect of high-frequency vibration on experimental pain threshold in young women when applied to areas of different size.

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The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of high-frequency vibration when applied to two areas of different size. Subjects were 30 right-handed Caucasian women, aged 19-38 years, with a negative history of upper extremity dysfunction. The experimental cutaneous pain threshold was determined by stimulating the skin over the pisiform bone on the… (More)

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@article{Palmesano1989EffectOH, title={Effect of high-frequency vibration on experimental pain threshold in young women when applied to areas of different size.}, author={T J Palmesano and J A Clelland and Carol K Sherer and E G Stullenbarger and Belkis Canan}, journal={The Clinical journal of pain}, year={1989}, volume={5 4}, pages={337-42} }