hyperalgesic


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hy·per·al·ge·sic

, hyperalgetic (hī'pĕr-al-jē'sik, -jet'ik),
Relating to hyperalgesia.

hy·per·al·ge·sic

, hyperalgetic (hī'pĕr-al-jē'sik, -jet'ik)
Relating to hyperalgesia.
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Physical therapists, pain psychologists, anesthesiologists, or gynecologists who are facile with nerve blocks, to help tone down hyperalgesic tissues, in addition to medical and surgical therapy, have the possibility of really improving the lives of women with endometriosis."
BDME (500 mg/kg) produced significant (p < 0.05) analgesic effect in the Randall-Selitto mechanical hyperalgesic test on day 15.
The biochemical and neuroendocrine bases of the hyperalgesic nocebo effect.
The drug may be capable of acutely diminishing the [[alpha].sub.1]-aradrenergic-mediated vasoconstriction that is seen in the later stages of the syndrome and the hyperalgesic state, both of which are generally attributed to receptor upregulation on the vasculature and afferent sensory fibers, respectively [21, 22].
Similarly, upon subcutaneously administering MWCNT at 0.1 mg/kg and 1 mg/kg showed acute inflammation characterized by vasodilatation, edema formation, neutrophil infiltrate, tissue damage and also elicited hyperalgesic response (as seen by the increase paw withdrawal of animal) [165].
Piuvezam, "Warifteine, a bisbenzylisoquinoline alkaloid, decreases immediate allergic and thermal hyperalgesic reactions in sensitized animals," International Immunopharmacology, vol.
The hyperalgesic response in the tail-withdrawal test is generally attributed to central mechanisms [26, 27].
Parthasarathy et al., "Sleep deprivation is hyperalgesic in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease," Gastroenterology, vol.
(68) This process has been called "hyperalgesic priming," and it has been described as responsible for the switch from acute to longlasting hypersensitivity to inflammatory cytokines.
(2010) investigated the hyperalgesic effects in healthy individuals, after 3 sessions of mobilization of the lumbar spine, in 3 distinct days with intervals of 48 hours, and observed an increased pain threshold by pressure.
The application of thermal noxious stimuli forms the basis of some widely used tests to detect either hyperalgesic or analgesic reactions.