Clinically relevant pain models.

Nociceptive pain is characterized by a sharp, aching or throbbing sensation at the site of injury. It is caused by damage to body tissue, usually in the musculoskeletal system. Nociceptive tests have been used for decades now to evaluate the potency of different analgesics, both general and local. Nociception tests have certain limitations that are challenging to overcome, notably the validity of applying observed pain responses from animal to humans.[1]

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