The Human Pain System
Pain is a subject of increasing scientific and clinical interest. Studies of non-primate animal models have contributed greatly to our knowledge of pain. Nonetheless, investigators often refer to basic neuroscientific and behavioral studies of humans and non-human pain. Likewise, the interpretation of human pain studies and clinical observations relies upon understanding the relevant anatomy and physiology as gleaned from animal, and especially primate, research. Here, Lenz, Casey, Jones, and pain in humans, to provide a firm basis for understanding the mechanisms of normal and pathological human pain. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in pain research. Book jacket.
- 2010 William D. Willis, Edward G. Jones, Kenneth L. Casey, Frederick A. Lenz
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