Analgesic effects: 3 points were given to the complete disappearance of the sense of pain after the body surface skin underwent acupuncture, and ears, claws, tails and other parts were clamped; 2 points were given to hypalgesia
; 1 point was given to the appearance of obvious sense of pain; and 0 point was given to having the same sense of pain as that before anesthesia.
Nitrosative stress is related to the development of thermal hyper- and hypalgesia
, tactile allodynia, mechanical hypalgesia
, and small sensory nerve fiber degeneration .
. Evidence in experimental animals and humans, pathophysiological mechanisms, and potential clinical consequences.
Frequent symptoms include the swelling and relaxation of the joint, abnormal activity, numbness of the affected limb, hypalgesia
or analgesia, walking instability.