Pathophysiological activity in rat dorsal horn neurones in segments rostral to a chronic spinal cord injury.

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As a sequel of complete spinal cord injury (SCI), patients often develop chronic pain which is perceived at or just below the level of the lesion. Likewise, in animal models of SCI, spontaneous and evoked pain-related behaviour can be observed. In the present study, the hypothesis was tested that pain related behaviour after SCI in animals is at least… (More)

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@article{Hoheisel2003PathophysiologicalAI, title={Pathophysiological activity in rat dorsal horn neurones in segments rostral to a chronic spinal cord injury.}, author={Ulrich Hoheisel and Caroline Scheifer and Peter Trudrung and Thomas Unger and Siegfried Mense}, journal={Brain research}, year={2003}, volume={974 1-2}, pages={134-45} }