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whatconditions influence modulation of noxious input?

psychological: emotional state and prior condition

physical: inflammation, duration of stimulation, state of rest or fatigue

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study slide 8

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3

WHAT is gate control theory?

nonpainful cutaneous stim system-->stmulate larger fibes around the painful site; must be constant

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study slide 10

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study slide 11 and 12

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describe the types of pain

primary pain--source and site the same

heterotropic-->central, projected, and referred

central--tumor or other CNS disturbance often felt peripherally

projected--pain felt in the same nerve root

referred--sensation not felt in involved nerve but other branch of the nerve or differently nerve entirely; originates and felt in periphery; often follows certaon rules: most frequently in singe nerve root oassing from one branch to another (e.g. mand branch of CN V to max) or occasionally, pain felt outside the nerve responsible for it; site is generally cephalad (towards head) and not caudal; 3. in trigeminal area, pain does not ctoss midline unless it originates at midline

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describe the central excitatory effect

deep pain can create an excitatory effect on other unassociated interneurons via 2 possiles mechs:
1. afferent infput is prolonged and constant, accum. of neurotransmitters can spill out and act on adjacent interneurons
2. convergence--many incoming enruons can synapse with single interneurons which is urn may be one of many interneurons that converge at the next level up;

these can confuse the cortex

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what are the clinical manifestations of central excitatory effect?

depending on the interneuron stimmed

afferent--often referred pain reported; also secondary hyperalgesia-->increased sensitivity of a tissue without a local cause

efferent--reflex excitation f the muscle that slightly modifies it's functional activity; facial pain can cause a contactile muscle activity in masseter during opening-->causes decrease in velocity and decrease in mouth opening (protective co-contraction or muscle splinting); if it last long enough, muscle pain will ensue and represents a new source of deep pain which can produce more co-contraction

autonomic--causes reddening or blanching of the involved tissues; e.g. puffy eyelid or dry eye, or allergy symptoms; slight edema

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how to tell if symptoms are from central excitatory?

unilateral symptoms; do not cross midline in trigeminal area;

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study slide 27-29

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11

what is translation?

movement in which each point of the moving objet has simultaneously the same velocity

12

think about the sagittal plane border movements

ye slide 34

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postural position is not a true rest position; 2-4 mm below ICP; CRP is 8 mm inf and 3 mm ant to ICP (slack jaw)

ye

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study slide 48

ye