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Heat pain detection threshold is associated with the area of secondary hyperalgesia following brief thermal sensitization: a study of healthy male volunteers [Corrigendum]

Authors Hansen MS, Wetterslev J, Pipper CB, Asghar MS, Dahl JB

Received 27 February 2017

Accepted for publication 27 February 2017

Published 11 May 2017 Volume 2017:10 Pages 1135—1136

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/JPR.S135707

Hansen MS, Wetterslev J, Pipper CB, Asghar MS, Dahl JB.
Journal of Pain Research. 2017;10:265–274. 
 
On page 267, right column, 2nd paragraph, line 10, the first sentence under “Assessment of secondary hyperalgesia” should read “The area of secondary hyperalgesia was quantified after pinprick stimulation with monofilament (von Frey hair) with a nominal value of 18 (bending force of 490 mN) in 4 linear paths arranged 90° around the center of the thermode”.

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Heat pain detection threshold is associated with the area of secondary hyperalgesia following brief thermal sensitization: a study of healthy male volunteers

Hansen MS, Wetterslev J, Pipper CB, Asghar MS, Dahl JB

Journal of Pain Research 2017, 10:265-274

Published Date: 27 January 2017