Mechanisms of dynamic mechanical allodynia and dysesthesia in patients with peripheral and central neuropathic pain.

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Eighteen patients with peripheral neuropathic pain (PNeP) and seven patients with central post-stroke pain (CPSP) all suffering from dynamic mechanical allodynia (DMA) in a limb were studied. From recent research it is reasonable to suggest that A-beta fibres constitute the peripheral substrate for DMA in patients with PNeP. The pathophysiological basis for… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ejpain.2010.10.003

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@article{Landerholm2011MechanismsOD, title={Mechanisms of dynamic mechanical allodynia and dysesthesia in patients with peripheral and central neuropathic pain.}, author={{\AA}sa H Landerholm and Per T Hansson}, journal={European journal of pain}, year={2011}, volume={15 5}, pages={498-503} }