Distal extremity hypoalgesia
was not observed, and all patients had no severe central nervous system symptoms, such as lags in response, seizures, confusion, difficulty in swallowing, glossolalia, deafness, narrow field of vision, strabismus, or photophobia, which were similar with Minamata disease.
Although sensorial findings in patients with NBS generally occur as hemihypoesthesia or hypoalgesia
, hyperesthesia or hyperalgesia could also occur In this paper the case of a patient with NBS with a complaint of allodynia on his left foot, diagnosed as vasculitic neuropathy, is presented.
29) Researchers evaluated a large sample of 10 135 participants for both the prevalence of hypertension and blood pressure-related hypoalgesia
by measuring their resting blood pressure and pain sensitivity.
Peripheral neuropathies consist of injury or loss of peripheral nerves function, observed by conscious proprioceptive deficits, hypoalgesia
or analgesia and hyporeflexia or areflexia of the affected limb (VAN METRE et al.
Furthermore, a close relationship has been found between sympathetic excitation and hypoalgesia
,8 which may support the use of mobilization for the treatment of thoracic syndrome.
Hypoesthesia or hypoalgesia
in the affected trigeminal region always indicates axonal damage and therefore trigeminal neuropathy, while hyperalgesia in the painful region should not immediately lead to the diagnosis of trigeminal neuropathy because it may reflect increased attention to the painful side (4).
The relationship of the audible pop to hypoalgesia
associated with high velovity, low amplitude thrust manipulation: a secondary analysis of an experimental study in pain free participants.
Wright manipulative therapy treatment for chronic lateral epicondylalgia produces uniquely characteristic hypoalgesia
ARF caused by CP has also seen reported to impair motor activity, cause depression-like behavior and hypoalgesia
An investigation of exercise-induced hypoalgesia
after isometric and cardiovascular exercise.
Vicenzino B, Collins D, Benson H, Wright A (1998) An investigation of the interrelationship between manipulative therapy-induced hypoalgesia
occurs in some patients, and there is deterioration in vibration, touch, proprioception, and two-point discrimination (13).