pain sensation


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Noun1.pain sensation - a somatic sensation of acute discomfort; "as the intensity increased the sensation changed from tickle to pain"
somaesthesia, somatesthesia, somatic sensation, somesthesia - the perception of tactual or proprioceptive or gut sensations; "he relied on somesthesia to warn him of pressure changes"
mittelschmerz - pain in the area of the ovary that is felt at the time of ovulation (usually midway through the menstrual cycle)
phantom limb pain - pain felt by an amputee that seems to be located in the missing limb
twinge - a sharp stab of pain
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6 TN (trigeminal neuralgia), a painful condition involving the trigeminal nerve that carries pain sensation from the face to the brain.
The drug reduced the pain hypersensitivity induced by the nerve injury (or accompanying inflammation) but did not affect nociceptive pain-the protective pain sensation that helps us avoid injury.
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)).
A peripheral mononeuropathy in rat that produces disorders of pain sensation like those seen in man.
The receptor is expressed on primary afferent neurons involved in pain sensation.
This lackluster response involved a protein snippet called galanin, a molecule thought to play a role in pain sensation.
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).
Some unfortunate children are born with 'congenital absence of pain', which means that they don't have pain sensation right from the time of birth.
With statement, pain sensation should be assessed in context with operations and patients individually, agree 70 % (35/50) of respondents--nurses and 34 % (17/50) of respondents-patients.
Anything with mannitol lowered the pain sensation among patients.