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Moderne elektrische Schmerzbehandlung

  • J.-U. Krainick
  • U. Thoden

Zusammenfassung

Die moderne elektrische Schmerzbehandlung ist ein Ergebnis neurophysiologischer Forschung. Melzack u. Wall publizierten 1965 ihre „Gate Control Theory“ des Schmerzes [18]. Diese Theorie weist dem Hinterhorn des Rückenmarks in der Modulation sensibler Übertragung eine entscheidende Rolle zu. Der Kern der Theorie sagt, daß Aktivität in den dicken, myelinisierten A-δ-Fasern, die Berührung und Vibration übermitteln, die Weiterleitung der Signale in den dünnen, nichtmyelinisierten C-Fasern, die Schmerz übermitteln, hemmt. Manche Aspekte dieser Theorie wurden später modifiziert oder widerlegt [34, 36], aber ungeachtet dessen, wurde diese Theorie zum Schlüssel für ein neues Verständnis des Schmerzes sowohl klinisch, elektrophysiologisch als auch psychologisch.

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