By James W. Lance
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Pain is often accompanied by segmental hyper aesthesia and reflex muscle contraction. The pattern of pain or para esthesiae elicited in history-taking guides the clinician in making a selective sensory examination t o test the hypothesis suggested by the history. The management of painful syndromes depends upon a n under standing of the pathophysiology of pain, which includes the emotional reaction of the patient. New knowledge of pathways associated with the perception of pain makes it possible to relieve intractable pain without impairing the patient's ability to distinguish between sharp and blunt stimuli.
Ther. 8, 521-542 1^ Mark, V. , Ervin, F. R. and Yakovlev, P. I. (1963). 'Stereotactic Thalamotomy III. A. Archs. Neurol. 8, 528-538 25 PAIN AND OTHER SENSATIONS ^* McLeod, J. G. (1958). ' / . Physiol, 140, 462-478 1 ' Melzack, R. and Wall, R D. (1962). ' Brain 85, 331-356 ^8 Nathan, P. W. and Rice, R. C. (1966). ' Neurology 16, 533-544 ^» Rose, J. E. and Mountcastle, V. B. (1959). ' In American Physiological Society Handbook of Physiology, Ed. by J. Field. Sect. 1, Vol. 1, pp. 387-429. Baltimore; Williams and Wilkins Sinclair, D.
This can be demon strated by increasing the intensity of stimulation of the medial popliteal nerve. 4). To minimize excita tion of motor fibres, the stimulus voltage is usually restricted to Μ or 1*2 threshold, that is, the voltage required to produce the smallest discernible Η reflex. The Η reflex has qualities similar to the monosynaptic stretch reflex of animals. Repetitive stimulation of the monosynaptic arc in the cat will cause an increase in excitability of the reflex lasting for some minutes after stimulation ceases, probably because of 56 PHASIC MUSCLE REFLEXES increased mobilization of transmitter substance at the synapse^'"^'^^.
A Physiological Approach to Clinical Neurology by James W. Lance