induce pain

See: mistreat
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A Conthern Classic Series CAT 350-380 digital culture bath (cold pressor) was used to induce pain.
If you commonly run 20 - 30 miles per week and suddenly up that distance to 40 - 50 miles the stresses incurred in a short space of time may induce pain.
The volunteers then had a cream rubbed into the skin of one leg to induce pain, which was either a dummy cream or a cream that contained chilli - which caused a burning and painful sensation.
He says even a mobile phone being used hundreds of yards away from him can induce pain in his head.
A total of 29 men and women aged 20 to 30 were given controlled salt- water injections in their jaw muscles to induce pain.
Two COX enzymes identified in the early 1990s transform arachidonic acid into prostaglandins, which are natural substances that can induce pain and inflammation.
These illnesses raise the pulse rate, lower the blood pressure and induce pain much more severe than routine indigestion or stomach irritation.
PGs are known to induce pain, fever, inflammation, and smooth muscle contraction.
Validation of a procedure to induce pain of varied intensities.