Neurology Book


Pain Sensation

Aka: Pain Sensation, Allodynia, Hyperpathia
  1. Definitions
    1. Allodynia
      1. Nonpainful stimulus results in Perception of pain
    2. Hyperpathia
      1. Pain out of proportion to pain stimulus

Hyperalgesia (C0020429)

Definition (MSH) An increased sensation of pain or discomfort produced by mimimally noxious stimuli due to damage to soft tissue containing NOCICEPTORS or injury to a peripheral nerve.
Definition (CSP) excessive sensitivity to painful stimuli.
Concepts Sign or Symptom (T184)
MSH D006930
SnomedCT 279078006, 140908006, 163706006, 55406008
English Hyperalgesias, HYPERALGESIA, Increase sensitiv to pain stim, hyperalgia, Hyperalgesic Sensations, Hyperalgesia [Disease/Finding], Hyperalgesia, hyperalgesia, Hyperpathia (finding), Hyperpathia, Hyperalgia, Increased sensitivity to painful stimulus, Hyperalgesia (finding), hyperpathia
Portuguese HIPERALGESIA, Hiperpatia, Hiperalgesia
Spanish HIPERALGESIA, Hiperpatía, hiperpatía, hiperpatia, hiperalgesia (hallazgo), hiperalgesia, Hiperalgesia
Dutch hyperpathie, hyperalgesie, Algesie, hyper-, Hyperalgesie
French Hyperpathie, HYPERALGIES, Hyperalgie, Hyperalgésie
German Hyperpathie, HYPERALGIE, Hyperalgesie
Italian Iperpatia, Iperalgesia
Japanese ヒペルパチー, ヒペルパチー, ツウカクカビン, 痛覚過敏
Swedish Hyperalgesi
Czech hyperalgezie, Hyperpatie, Hyperalgezie
Finnish Hyperalgesia
Polish Hiperalgezja, Przeczulica na bodźce bólowe
Hungarian Hyperalgesia, Hyperpathia
Norwegian Hyperalgesi, Økt smertesans, Økt smertefølelse
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

Nociception (C0234194)

Definition (MSH) Sensing of noxious mechanical, thermal or chemical stimuli by NOCICEPTORS. It is the sensory component of visceral and tissue pain (NOCICEPTIVE PAIN).
Definition (NCI) The stimulus-response process involving the stimulation of peripheral pain-carrying nerve fibers (e.g., C-fibers, A-delta fibers) and the transmission of impulses along peripheral nerves of the central nervous system, where the stimulus is perceived as pain. (Taber's)
Concepts Organ or Tissue Function (T042)
MSH D059225
English nociceptions, nociception, Nociceptions, Nociperceptions, Nociperception, Nociception
Spanish Nocicepción, Nocipercepción, Nociocepción
Polish Nocycepcja
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

Allodynia (C0458247)

Concepts Finding (T033)
MSH D006930
SnomedCT 247404004
Japanese 異痛症, イツウショウ
English Painfl response non-painf stim, Allodynia, allodynia, Painful response to non-painful stimulus, Allodynia (finding)
Czech Alodynie
Hungarian Allodynia
Norwegian Allodyni
French Allodynie
Italian Allodinia
Spanish alodinia (hallazgo), alodinia, respuesta dolorosa a estímulos no dolorosos, Alodinia
Portuguese Alodínia
Dutch allodynie
German Allodynie
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

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