Long-lasting effect evoked by tonic muscle pain on parietal EEG activity in humans

@article{Pera2000LonglastingEE,
  title={Long-lasting effect evoked by tonic muscle pain on parietal EEG activity in humans},
  author={Domenica Le Pera and Peter O. Svensson and Massimiliano Valeriani and Ippei Watanabe and Andrew C. N. Chen},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={111},
  pages={2130-2137}
}
OBJECTIVE To explore EEG changes evoked by tonic experimental muscle pain compared to a non-painful vibratory stimulus. METHODS Thirty-one EEG channels were recorded before, during and after painful and non-painful stimulation. Pain was induced in the left brachioradialis muscle by injection of hypertonic (5%) saline. The vibratory stimulus was applied to the skin area overlying the brachioradialis muscle. The power of the major frequency components of the EEG activity (FFT, fast Fourier… CONTINUE READING
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