Physiological processes of the organism: Pain


Physiological processes of the organism. Pain. Presentation aim is to introduce physiological processes of the organism – pain. Pain is physical. Pain distaction. Sometimes it takes. Pain measurement scale. Types of pain. Acute pain Sudden. Chronic pain Chronic pain. Visceral pain Visceral. Somatic pain Such pain. NEuropathic pain NEuropathic pain. Superficial pain It arises from superficial structures such as skin. Conclusions. Physiological processes of pain it is unpleasant feeling we feel in owe body. Resources.


Sometimes it takes the slightest distraction of a person so that he does not feel pain. Pain can be eliminated using hypnosis. Music therapy can help stop the pain.

Acute pain Sudden short-term pain, the sore spot is easily identified. It is the body's reaction to an injury or illness. Such pain is usually felt in a concentrated area and is usually easily treated.

Somatic pain Such pain caused by bones, blood vessels and nerves. It is difficult to localize due to the lack of pain receptors in the pain regions. Long lasting.

Neuropathic pain Neuropathic pain is a result of an injury or malfunction of the nervous system It is described as: Aching Throbbing Burning Shooting Stinging.

Superficial pain It arises from superficial structures such as skin. It is a sharp, bright pain with a burning quality. Easily localized Short-lived.

  • Medicine Presentations
  • MS PowerPoint 426 KB
  • 2021 m.
  • English
  • 14 pages (443 words)
  • College
  • Gintare
  • Physiological processes of the organism: Pain
    10 - 1 votes
Physiological processes of the organism: Pain. (January 19, 2021). https://documents.exchange/physiological-processes-of-the-organism-pain/ Reviewed on 00:36, August 6 2021
×