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D F Bossut, M W Stromberg, P V Malven
Eleven male and 15 female sheep were subjected to electroacupuncture (EA) treatment, using 2 needle loci described in the Chinese veterinary literature as Yao Pang (lumbar region) and San Yang Lu (1 thoracic limb). Noninjurious cutaneous stimuli were applied, using a calibrated pin-prick probe, a clamp, and a contact heat (75 to 95 C) probe. Cutaneous pain thresholds (PT) were quantified in 7 body areas during control (no acupuncture needles and no electrostimulation) and EA experiments, before and after IV injection of naloxone...
March 1986: American Journal of Veterinary Research
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