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2019 Jul-Aug

Pain Rep



Reversible tactile hypoesthesia associated with myofascial trigger points: a pilot study on prevalence and clinical implications.



Tactile hypoesthesia observed in patients with myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is sometimes reversible when pain is relieved by trigger point injections (TPIs). We aimed to investigate the prevalence of such reversible hypoesthesia during TPI therapy and topographical relations between areas of tactile hypoesthesia and myofascial trigger points (MTrP) in patients with MPS.