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Carl C. Riedesel
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Pain is one of the cardinal signs of inflammation, but its production during the inflammatory process has been poorly delineated. While analgesic and antiedema activities have been well studied in the literature, neurogram studies of nerves directly involved with local inflammation have not been reported to date.
One purpose of this investigation was to determine if differences in neurogram patterns were apparent using different phlogistic agents and electrophysical recording of the inflammation-induced “pain.”
Bohrman, Jeffrey Stephen. (1977). Sensory Nerve Activity In The Rat Following Induced Swelling And Inflammation.. University of the Pacific, Dissertation. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/3000