Masseter corticomotor excitability is decreased after intramuscular administration of nerve growth factor

Masseter corticomotor excitability is decreased after intramuscular administration of nerve growth factor

Yuri M. Costa, Fernando G. Exposto, Mohit Kothari, Eduardo E. Castrillon, Paulo César R. Conti, Leonardo R. Bonjardim, Peter Svensson

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Agradecimentos: We thank Bente Haugsted research nurse for her invaluable help with the randomization and preparation of the injections. YC acknowledges the Section of Orofacial Pain and Jaw Function, Department of Dentistry and Oral Health, Aarhus University, where he was working as a post-doctoral...

Abstract: Quantification of motor-evoked potentials (MEPs) can contribute to better elucidate the central modulation of motor pathways in response to nociceptive inputs. The primary aim of this study was to assess the modulatory effects of nerve growth factor (NGF) injection on masseter corticomotor...

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Masseter corticomotor excitability is decreased after intramuscular administration of nerve growth factor

Yuri M. Costa, Fernando G. Exposto, Mohit Kothari, Eduardo E. Castrillon, Paulo César R. Conti, Leonardo R. Bonjardim, Peter Svensson


										

Masseter corticomotor excitability is decreased after intramuscular administration of nerve growth factor

Yuri M. Costa, Fernando G. Exposto, Mohit Kothari, Eduardo E. Castrillon, Paulo César R. Conti, Leonardo R. Bonjardim, Peter Svensson

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    European journal of pain

    Vol. 23, no. 9 (Oct., 2019), p. 1619-1630