DOI: 10.1055/s-00000161

The Journal of Knee Surgery

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Sluka KA, Judge MA, McColley MM, Reveiz PM, Taylor BM.
Low frequency TENS is less effective than high frequency TENS at reducing inflammation-induced hyperalgesia in morphine-tolerant rats.

Eur J Pain 2000;
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Sluka KA, Judge MA, McColley MM, Reveiz PM, Taylor BM.
Low frequency TENS is less effective than high frequency TENS at reducing inflammation-induced hyperalgesia in morphine-tolerant rats.

Eur J Pain 2000;
4 (02) 185-193

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