Osteoarthritis-related nociceptive behaviour following mechanical joint loading correlates with cartilage damage

Ter Heegde, F and Luiz, A P and Santana-Varela, S and Magnusdottir, R and Hopkinson, M and Chang, Y M and Poulet, B and Fowkes, R C and Wood, J N and Chenu, C (2020) Osteoarthritis-related nociceptive behaviour following mechanical joint loading correlates with cartilage damage. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE, 28 (3). pp. 383-395.

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Abstract

In osteoarthritis (OA), the pain-structure relationship remains complex and poorly understood. Here, we used the mechanical joint loading (MJL) model of OA to investigate both knee pathology and nociceptive behaviour.