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Pain And Tenderness In Human Temporal Muscle Induced By Bradykinin And 5-hydroxytryptamine
K. Jensen, C. Tuxen, U. Pedersen-Bjergaard, I. Jansen, J. Olesen
Published 1990 · Medicine
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Pain was induced in 19 healthy individuals by double-blind injections into the temporal muscle of 0.2 ml of physiological saline with or without active substances added. 5-Hydroxytryptamine (2 nmol) caused pain similar to saline, bradykinin (2 nmol) only insignificantly more pain (0.05 less than p less than 0.1), while a mixture of the two substances in half dosage (1 nmol + 1 nmol) caused pain significantly above saline (p less than 0.01). Variations in the response to saline did not permit a conclusion to be made on the question of induced tenderness. However, the mixture of the two substances appeared to lower the pressure-pain threshold as measured by a pressure algometer (p less than 0.05).
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