Importance of anti- and pronociceptive mechanisms in human disease

Tracey, I.; Dunckley, P.
November 2004
Gut;Nov2004, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p1553
Academic Journal
The article discusses the significance of anti- and pronociceptive mechanisms in chronic human disease. According to the author, abnormalities in endogenic descending pain inhibitory and facilitatory influences plausibly contribute to the development and maintenance of chronic pain states. To give more light on the matter, related studies and views of authors are presented.


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