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Investigations in Gynecology Research & Womens Health

Clinical Importance of Pain Sensitization in Gynecology

  • Open or CloseJohn Jarrell1, Lina Cadili2 and Lars Arendt-Nielsen3*

    1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Canada 2Department of Surgery, Canada

    3Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain, SMI, School of Medicine, Aalborg University, Denmark

    *Corresponding author:Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain, SMI, School of Medicine, Aalborg University, Denmark (LAN@HST.AAU.DK)

Submission: November 18, 2020Published: January 25, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/IGRWH.2021.04.000577

ISSN: 2577-2015
Volume4 Issue1

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Peripheral and central sensitizations are conditions of the nervous system that are characterized by increased tone and responsiveness, a lower threshold for the experience of pain and a tendency for pain to persist long after the original stimulus has ended [1]. The mechanism of the development of chronicity is under intense investigation involving a variety of important biochemical and sensitization processes. From a clinical perspective however, the situation can be summed up that pain per se, if not kept under control, may initiate the processes causing the transition from acute to chronic pain.

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