Electrophysiological evidence for a spinal antinociceptive action of dipyrone


Electrophysiological experiments in anesthetized cats and rats were performed in order to study the effects of dipyrone on single afferent fibers from the knee joint and on spinal cord neurons with knee joint input. The neurons were activated and/or rendered hyperexcitable by an acute inflammation in the knee joint. In the joint nerve in cats, intravenous… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01986396


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