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TitlePain and Neurogenic Inflammation [electronic resource] / edited by Susan D. Brain, Philip K. Moore
ImprintBasel : Birkhรคuser Basel : Imprint: Birkhรคuser, 1999
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-0348-8753-3
Descript XII, 348 p. online resource

CONTENT

A comparative discussion of A? and C fibres in different tissues -- The roles of spinal receptors in nociceptive responses -- Cutaneous hyperalgesia -- Capsaicin and pain mechanisms -- Nitric oxide and inflammatory pain -- Interactions between kinins and the inflammatory pain process -- Sensory neuropeptides, neurogenic inflammation and inflammatory cells -- Inflammatory pain and the joint -- Nerve growth factor and sensory nerve function -- The relationship between hyperalgesia and hyperresponsiveness in the lung -- Neuropeptides and the respiratory tract: Relevance to asthma and rhinitis -- Neuropeptides and the gut: Tachykinins and calcitonin gene-related peptide in intestinal inflammation and pain -- Regulation of meningeal blood flow by neuropeptides: Relevance to migraine -- Sensory peptides: Effects in ageing and wound healing -- Calcitonin gene-related peptides and their receptors -- Tachykinin receptors and the potential of tachykinin antagonists as clinically effective analgesics and anti-inflammatory agents


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