DOI: 10.5935/2595-0118.20180002
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Abstract: Pain is an experience described in terms of sensorial, motivational, and cognitive characteristics and, many times, with emotional sequelae. That is why the use of many pain measurements, such as the multidimensional scales and questionnaires, result, partially, from the recognition and evaluation of its different components and dimensions. However, in the past, a myriad of studies on the subject and its analgesia have considered pain as a unitary dimension, varying only in intensity. But, as the results of ex…

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