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Increased levels of interstitial potassium but normal levels of muscle IL-6 and LDH in patients with trapezius myalgia

Tidsskriftartikel - 2005

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The mechanisms behind the development of work-related trapezius pain are suggested to involve both peripheral and central components, but the specific contribution of alterations in muscle nociceptive and other substances is not clear. Female patients with chronic trapezius myalgia (N=19; TM) and female controls (N=20; CON) were studied at rest, during 20 min repetitive low-force exercise and recovery, and had their interstitial concentrations of potassium (K+), lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), interleukin-6 (IL-6) and collagen turnover determined in the trapezius muscle by the microdialysis technique. K+ levels were at all time points higher in TM than in CON (P

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Rosendal L, Kristiansen J, Gerdle B, Søgaard K, Peolsson M, Kjær M, Sörensen J, Larsson B. Increased levels of interstitial potassium but normal levels of muscle IL-6 and LDH in patients with trapezius myalgia. Pain 2005;119(1-3):201-209.
doi: 10.1016/j.pain.2005.09.026

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