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Persistent pain: pain without nociception

Assoc Prof Dr Krisztina Bajzak explains how pain perception can be extensively modulated at multiple levels of pain signal processing.

Last updated: 18 February 2020 | Last reviewed: 26 September 2019

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CPD Information

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Resources

Health professional

Jean Hailes for Women's Health

Patient information

Jean Hailes for Women's Health

Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia.

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