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By Robert F. Schmidt, W. D. Willis

The Encyclopedia of ache comprises greater than 3,000 entries and offers transparent, designated and up to date insurance of the present nation of analysis, and therapy of ache. furthermore, distinctive essays offer in-depth details on all features of nociception and ache, together with substrates, factors, pathophysiology, indicators and symptoms, diagnoses and therapy. 1000 colour figures improve realizing of this too-little-understood subject. The e-book comes in print, in on-line purely shape, or in a print-online bundle.

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Com S. Y ENNURAJALINGAM Department of Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Medicine The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX USA DAVID C. edu ROBERT P. com Y. W. jp J OANNA M. ch L ONNIE K. edu. G IOVAMBATTISTA Z EPPETELLA St. edu X IJING J. ca C. de K RINA Z ONDERVAN Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics Oxford UK Z BIGNIEW Z YLICZ St. net A A Afferent Fibers (Neurons) Definition These are types of sensory afferent nerve fibers that are myelinated (encased in a myelin sheath), and are classified according to their conduction velocity and sensory modality.

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