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Animal Pain : Perception and Alleviation

Author: Ralph L Kitchell; Howard H Erickson
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1983.
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This book is intended as a source of basic information about the perception and alleviation of pain in animals. It is especially useful for scientific investigators working in this area; for veterinarians interested in the health and welfare of animals, the assessment of pain during surgery, and the alleviation of pain; and for individuals involved in federal, state, and local regulation of the use of animals in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Kitchell, Ralph L.
Animal Pain : Perception and Alleviation.
New York : Springer New York, ©1983
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph L Kitchell; Howard H Erickson
ISBN: 9781461475620 1461475627
OCLC Number: 852789852
Description: 1 online resource (250 pages)
Contents: From the Contents: Peripheral Mechanisms Involved in Pain --
Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Nociception --
Ascending Pathways Transmitting Nociceptive Information in Animals --
Supraspinal Pain Mechanisms in the Cat --
Descending Control of Spinal Nociceptive Transmission.
Responsibility: edited by Ralph L. Kitchell, Howard H. Erickson.

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This book is intended as a source of basic information about the perception and alleviation of pain in animals. It is especially useful for scientific investigators working in this area; for veterinarians interested in the health and welfare of animals, the assessment of pain during surgery, and the alleviation of pain; and for individuals involved in federal, state, and local regulation of the use of animals in research and education. Reflecting the results of a 1982 landmark symposium on animal pain sponsored in part by the American Physiological Society, this outstanding reference covers such topics as peripheral, supraspinal, segmental, and neurophysiological mechanisms involved in pain; spinal cord pathways and control systems; stimulation analgesia and endorphins; behavioral mechanisms for assessing pain; and the phylogenetic evaluation of pain expression in animals.

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