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Central Sensitization and Descending Facilitation in Chronic Pain State

By Emiko Senba, Keiichiro Okamoto and Hiroki Imbe

Submitted: March 1st 2011Reviewed: July 24th 2011Published: January 5th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/28556

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Emiko Senba, Keiichiro Okamoto and Hiroki Imbe (January 5th 2012). Central Sensitization and Descending Facilitation in Chronic Pain State, New Insights into Fibromyalgia William S. Wilke, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/28556. Available from:

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