Lumbar tactile acuity is near identical between sides in healthy pain-free participants.


A growing body of literature suggests that alterations in brain structure and function are a feature of chronic back pain. Tactile acuity is considered a clinical signature of primary somatosensory representation and offers a simple measure of cortical reorganisation. Clinical interpretation of test scores from an individual patient is hampered by variance… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.math.2014.01.002


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