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deep pain

[′dēp ′pān]
(neuroscience)
Pattern of somesthetic sensation of pain, usually indefinitely localized, originating in the viscera, muscles, and other deep tissues.
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He gave a detailed account of the Godhra Riots in a blog where he stated that he had tried his best to stop the riots and felt a deep pain on failing to do so.
She suggested that the nerve deficits in patients' skin could reflect systemic nerve damage that causes the deep pain that fibromyalgia patients have in muscles, tendons, and joints.
Arup Roy Choudhury , CMD NTPC expressed his deep pain on hearing of the natural calamity.
Sometimes it is my own deep pain for the loss of someone I knew, loved and respected.
And while there were moments of deep pain, there was also understanding, says Nicholls, adding that praying, worshipping and celebrating the eucharist together helped.
But when I went to school to check if she was okay, I found her in deep pain.
Next in order of severity are the superficial and deep pain reflexes.
The memoir begins on the first day of Neethling's job as tracing officer and explores how the daily exposure to the loss and grief of others brought to the surface her own deep pain regarding her dysfunctional family.
The revelation has led the Church of Ireland head to express "grave concern and deep pain.
We feel deep pain due to the attack", Guler stressed.
When Antoinette Bosco experienced the deep pain of losing a sensitive and gifted son to suicide, she found the strength to release her pain and anger and, with compassion, celebrate his life.
During the hearing witnesses who had seen other executions testified that in one case someone was still alive up to seven minutes after being shot and was obviously in deep pain.

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