Dissociation between cutaneous and deep sensibility in central post-stroke pain (CPSP).
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Aug 01, 2002
We present three cases of central post-stroke pain after right hemorrhagic or ischemic stroke associated with severe impairment of cutaneous sensibility but preservation of stimulus-evoked pain from periosteum. This is the first such report of dissociation of cutaneous- from deep-tissue sensibility loss.
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