hypalgesia

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hypalgesia

[¦hip·al′jē·zhə]
(physiology)
Diminished sensitivity to pain.
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Aversive conditioning in the rat: Effects of a benzodiazepine and of an opioid agonist and antagonist on conditioned hypoalgesia and fear.
Defeat-induced hypoalgesia in the rat: Effects conditioned odors, naltrexone, and extinction.
Conditioned defensive responses and hypoalgesia in rats exposed to defeat and alpha-colony odors.
Effect of repeated-defeat sessions as a colony intruder on hypoalgesia and freezing in the rat.
The long-term effects, including, pain relief, was hypothesised to be due to changes in nociceptive and motor system dysfunction, possibly implying the role of hypoalgesia.
RCT with Evaluate the effect of MWM 2004 participants for lateral ankle sprains on as own control ROM and hypoalgesia (repeated measures, crossover) Paungmali et RCT with To determine whether an MWM al.
Effects of repeated-defeat sessions as a colony intruder on subsequent hypoalgesia and freezing in the rat.
Defeat-induced hypoalgesia in the rat: Effects of conditioned odors, naltrexone, and extinction.
Novel nonpredator odors are known to induce hypoalgesia (Kemble & Gibson, 1992; Lester & Fanselow, 1985), are avoided as strongly as predator odors during preference tests (Kemble & Gibson, 1992), reliably increase risk assessment and decrease appetitive behaviors (Garbe, Kemble, & Rawleigh, 1994), and suppress intermale attack (Kemble, Garbe, & Gordon, 1994).