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Unformatted text preview: +++ temp Edema Decreased lymphatic drainage Swelling - +++ hydrophilic action, produces pressure Degeneration chronic process of repair &amp; fibrotic repair Pathophysiology Special Test Both local / peripheral changes in Both biomechanical/electrical activities Local toxins damage nerve sheaths , weaken / degen disks , ligs , jts , &amp; bone changes (i.e. fractures &amp; osteophytes) Peripheral Axoplasmic circulation carries neurotoxins to end organ &amp; create pathology. Retrograde axoplasmic flow returns toxins to original subluxation &amp; Overloads site...
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