nociceptive


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Related to nociceptive: allodynia, nociceptive reflex

no·ci·cep·tive

(nō'si-sep'tiv),
Capable of appreciation or transmission of pain. See: nociceptor.

nociceptive

(nō′sĭ-sĕp′tĭv)
adj.
1. Causing pain. Used of a stimulus.
2. Caused by or responding to a painful stimulus: a nociceptive spinal reflex.

no·ci·cep·tive

(nō'si-sep'tiv)
Capable of appreciation or transmission of pain.
See: nociceptor

no·ci·cep·tive

(nō'si-sep'tiv)
Capable of appreciation or transmission of pain.
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The hemodynamic changes to the nociceptive stimulus were higher in control group as compared with Dexmedetomidine group.
Evidence for participation of B1 and B2 kinin receptors in formalin-induced nociceptive response in the mouse.
The left RVM volume alteration could imply the impaired tolerance of nociceptive input and can be used to assess headache disability.
Furthermore, it modulates nociceptive signals, acting directly at the dorsal horn of the spinal cord [44] or indirectly, through connections with the dorsolateral pontine tegmentum (DLPT) and RVM [45], which in turn projects to the dorsal horn neurons that process the nociceptive information [46].
The thermal nociceptive stimuli induced an average pain rating of 3.9 [+ or -] 1.8 for the rest condition and 3.6 [+ or -] 1.8 for the active condition.
VGSCs are mainly expressed in small-sized nociceptive sensory neurons and play an important role in regulating APs [21, 22].
Direct evidence of CB2-mediated anti-nociceptive effects was first reported in 1999 using the selective CB2 agonist, HU-308, which markedly decreased nociceptive behavior in the hind paw model of formalin treated rats (27).
BT venom contains serotonin, histamine, bradykinin potentiating factor, peptide toxins, etc., which are powerful nociceptive agents.
Nociceptive blink reflex and pain related evoked potentials in hypnic headache.
McNaughton, "Functional bradykinin B1 receptors are expressed in nociceptive neurones and are upregulated by the neurotrophin GDNF," Journal of Physiology, vol.
This convergence of nociceptive afferents and sensitization of TCC neurons have clinical correlates such as hypersensitivity and the spread and referral of pain frequently seen in patients with primary headaches such as migraines.
These elements strongly suggested the presence of nociceptive joint pain; bone fractures were also excluded.