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Acute Pain: Acute pain , for the most part, results from disease, inflammation, or injury to tissues. This type of pain generally comes on suddenly, ... more about Acute Pain.
Acute Pain: An acute condition which results in the sensation of distress, or agony due to stimulation of nerve endings. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Acute Pain is available below.
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Acute pain , for the most part, results from disease, inflammation, or injury to tissues. This type of pain generally comes on suddenly, for example, after trauma or surgery, and may be accompanied by anxiety or emotional distress. The cause of acute pain can usually be diagnosed and treated, and the pain is self-limiting, that is, it is confined to a given period of time and severity. In some rare instances, it can become chronic. (Source: excerpt from Pain -- Hope Through Research: NINDS)
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