Osteoid osteoma usually presents with nonspecific pain sensation
, which increases during the night and responds well to NSAIDs (6,11).
Women can use the focal point object until it no longer works to help lessen their pain sensation
NPP fundamentally differs from nociceptive pain because it results from changes in the central processing of pain that can lead a person to perceive pain sensations
even in the absence of tissue pathology.
Injuries are due to congenital absence of pain sensation
which results in a functional deficit of the feedback mechanism for pain (2).
Hence, the improvement of sleep quality was due to both improved pain sensation
as well as sedative action of the drugs.
The area is of critical importance to pain sensation
, she said.
Individual 1, a forty five year old man, had complete loss of pain sensation
6 TN (trigeminal neuralgia), a painful condition involving the trigeminal nerve that carries pain sensation
from the face to the brain.
Cimafranca explained that the new Sensodyne alcohol-free mouthwash contains fluoride to strengthen the teeth, and potassium nitrate that counteracts the pain sensation
in the nerve.
6) Pain sensation
0 Region B Partial or total loss of sensation 3 (13.
By the same token, in Figure 3 the collected illustrative data of the Lithuanian language indicate that Lithuanians express their physical eye(s) pain sensation
in metaphorical pain expressions by using the following verbal constructions: grauzia aki (akis) (gnawing eyes), gelia akis (stinging eyes), degina akis (burning eyes), traukia akis (twitching eyes), duria aki (-is) (pulsating stabbing eye(s) pain), persti akis (itching eye(s)), trukcioja akis (-ys) (twitching eye(s)).
The experiments conducted by ancient Chinese with hemp and other herbs to reduce pain sensation
have developed into an entire science of anaesthesiology where the doctors execute the principles of anaesthesia and loss of pain before beginning any surgical procedure.
He emphasized that patients with diabetes should take more care of their feet than their faces because the pain sensation
in diabetic people is weak so they are often unable to sense if any injury or infection is present there.
Skin ulcers can happen because of loss of sensations as feet can be injured without even pain and it may worsen with time and even become very big ulcer without pain sensation
even leading to amputation.
This prolonged pain sensation
is one of the most common recurrent consequence after damaging exercise (Clarkson and Hubal, 2002).