Inflammatory pain is precipitated by an insult to the integrity of tissues at a cellular level. This can happen with penetration wounds, burns, extreme cold, fractures, arthritis, autoimmune conditions, excessive stretching, infections and vasoconstriction. Multiple chemicals mediate the inflammatory process.
Inflammatory pain results from the increased excitability of peripheral nociceptive sensory fibers produced by the action of inflammatory mediators. Arthritis is a general term that describes inflammation in the joints. Some types of arthritis associated with inflammation include the following: Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriatic arthritis, Gouty arthritis.
Related Journals of Inflammatory Pain
Journal of Pain Management, European Journal of Anesthesiology, Open Pain Journal, Journal of Pain & Relief, Journal of Anesthesia & Clinical Research, Journal of Pain, Molecular Pain, Open Pain Journal, Pain, Pain Research and Management