Sensation D012677

Psychiatry and Psychology [F] » Psychological Phenomena [F02] » Psychophysiology » Sensation

Description

The process in which specialized SENSORY RECEPTOR CELLS transduce peripheral stimuli (physical or chemical) into NERVE IMPULSES which are then transmitted to the various sensory centers in the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.   MeSH

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Subtype Terms (13)

Breakthrough Pain
13 drugs (11 approved, 2 experimental)

Gravity Sensing
 

Hearing
 

Mastodynia
15 drugs (11 approved, 4 experimental)

Musculoskeletal Pain
36 drugs (25 approved, 11 experimental)

Pain
672 drugs (334 approved, 338 experimental)

Pleasure
 

Proprioception
 

Smell
 

Taste
1 experimental drug

Thermosensing
 

Touch
 

Vision, Ocular
41 drugs (27 approved, 14 experimental)


Phase 2 Indicated Drugs (2)

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