(Science: radiology) M more than F, age more than 40 yrs, 6 D's, destruction, increased density, dislocation, debris, distension, disorganization, diabetic neuropathy, syphilis (tabes dorsalis), syrinx, meningomyelocele / spina bifida, nerve injury: spinal cord or peripheral nerves, congenital insensitivity to pain, leprosy, Charcot-Marie-tooth syndrome
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... for nociception, one of the two types of persistent pain (the other, neuropathic pain, occurs when nerves in the central or peripheral nervous ... cornea and mucosa as well as in internal organs, such as the muscle, joint, bladder and gut. The cell bodies of these neurons are located in either ...
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