algesic


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al·ge·sic

(al-jēz'ik),
1. Painful; related to or causing pain.
2. Relating to hypersensitivity to pain.
Synonym(s): algetic

algesic

adjective Referring to pain sensitivity.

al·ge·sic

(al-jē'zik)
1. Painful; related to or causing pain.
2. Relating to hypersensitivity to pain.
Synonym(s): algetic.

al·ge·sic

(al-jē'zik)
1. Painful; related to or causing pain.
2. Relating to hypersensitivity to pain.
Synonym(s): algetic.

algesic (aljē´sik),

adj painful.

algesic, algetic

pertaining to or emanating from algesia.

algesic substances
endogenous substances involved in the production of the pain that is associated with inflammation. Includes serotonin, bradykinin and prostaglandins.
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The time of licking of the injected paw was defined as a nociceptive response, which was recorded during a 30-min period measured every 5 min after algesic injection (Hunskaar and Hole, 1987).
Physical self-regulation can eliminate negative oral habits and maintain more relaxed muscles, avoiding the ischemia and accumulation of algesic intramuscular and articular substances.