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Evidence that central sensitisation is present in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome and influences the outcome after surgery.

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Impingement syndrome in the shoulder has generally been considered to be a clinical condition of mechanical origin. However, anomalies exist between the pathology in the subacromial space and the degree of pain experienced. These may be explained by variations in the processing of nociceptive inputs between different patients. We investigated the evidence for augmented pain transmission (central sensitisation) in patients with impingement, and the relationship between pre-operative central se...

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University of Oxford
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MSD
Department:
NDORMS
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
Clinical Neurosciences
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
NDORMS
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Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume More from this journal
Volume:
93
Issue:
4
Pages:
498-502
Publication date:
2011-04-01
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0301-620X
Language:
English
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pubs:131162
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uuid:f67700f7-f3a9-442a-b601-27d9df349d6c
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pubs:131162
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131162
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2012-12-19

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