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Old 25-03-2004, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default ions channels => neurogenic pain?

Hi somasimplers,

It has been said on another forum that ions channels are wonderful. I agree.
A pain theory has been developed since we know that ion channels are removed and renewed every two days.

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In substance, that theory explains that a lack of myelin (made by an injury) obliges the neuron to put ions channels in that area. These changes may be responsible of auto-firing by neurons and thus pain.

In my view, it works only in extremely rare occasions. We must find an other origin for neurogenic pain.

I have some explanations about my view.
What are your thoughts about this theory?
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