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From: Biology and therapy of fibromyalgia: pain in fibromyalgia syndrome

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Temporal summation of second pain (windup). When identical stimuli are applied to normal subjects at frequencies of ≥0.33 Hz, pain sensations will not return to baseline during the interstimulatory interval. Windup is strongly dependent on stimulus frequency and is inversely correlated with interstimulatory interval [75]. In contrast to normal subjects, FM patients windup at frequencies of < 0.33 Hz and require lower stimulus intensities [40].

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