Neuropathic pain and cytokines: current perspectives

@inproceedings{Clark2013NeuropathicPA,
  title={Neuropathic pain and cytokines: current perspectives},
  author={Anna K Clark and Elizabeth Amy Old and Marzia Malcangio},
  booktitle={Journal of pain research},
  year={2013}
}
Neuropathic pain represents a major problem in clinical medicine because it causes debilitating suffering and is largely resistant to currently available analgesics. A characteristic of neuropathic pain is abnormal response to somatic sensory stimulation. Thus, patients suffering peripheral neuropathies may experience pain caused by stimuli which are normally nonpainful, such as simple touching of the skin or by changes in temperature, as well as exaggerated responses to noxious stimuli… CONTINUE READING

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