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Old 16-07-2012, 12:18 PM   #1
Barrett Dorko
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Default A simple situation

When I can't use the cruise control the nervous tissue in my right lower quarter reveals its sensitivity. As the blood flow diminishes, danger signals are sent to my brain. When they accumulate sufficiently, my brain decides to output pain that I feel is focused in my right knee and then spreads. This perception met instinctively with movement and manual pressure in various reachable places and seat adjustment.

About 10 seconds after walking about, the pain markedly subsides. I usually stop the car first.

I think that this is a wonderful example of an abnormal neurodynamic responding to ischemia secondary to mechanical deformation and not much more.

How did I get like this?

What does it matter?
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