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What are examples of nociceptive pain?

Nociceptive pain feels sharp, aching, or throbbing. It's often caused by an external injury, like stubbing your toe, having a sports injury, or a dental procedure. People commonly experience nociceptive pain in the musculoskeletal system, which includes the joints, muscles, skin, tendons,

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What are the three types of nociceptive pain?

Nociceptive pain can be classified according to the tissue in which the nociceptor activation occurred: superficial somatic ( e.g. skin), deep somatic (e.g. ligaments/tendons/bones/muscles) or visceral ( internal )

What is the difference between neuropathic and nociceptive pain?

Neuropathic pain caused by inflammation, irritation or neural tissue compression. Nociceptive pain is the body's reaction to painful stimuli such as a pulled back muscle or bone, and it does not cause nerve damage itself

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