What is a pain Calendeau?
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What is the difference between projected pain and referred pain?
Projected Pain is pain that has been localized incorrectly due to the ascending pain pathway. For example, pain in your throat sensed as pain in your ear. Referred pain is when there is visceral pain (pain originated from your organs) which is sensed as superficial pain. For example, pain in your kidney sensed as back pain.
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Difference between radiating pain and referred pain?
What is dull pain?
Do you mean "to dull your pain" or do you mean "I have a dull pain in my arm"? "I have a dull pain in my arm" means that the pain is like an ache. A sharp pain almost feels like a stab of pain through a part or parts of your body. It could also mean that your pain has faded. "to dull your pain" Could mean to distract you from your pain or take medicine such as pain killers to make the pain less noticible to you.
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Medial and lateral pain system in pain processing?
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What is the difference between referred pain radiating pain and projected pain?
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How does fast pain different from slow pain?
Fast pain is felt within 0.1 seconds after receiving stimulus while slow pain can take up to multiple seconds to a minute. fast pain is also called as acute pain or pricking pain and it doesn't deeply effect the tissue while slow pain can effect deeper and can damage tissues. Slow pain can also be called as throbbing pain or aching pain