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Why does Amy finally feel pain once she has been rescued?© 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Human Body Systems Activity 5.1.3 Hurts So Good – Page 2
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Explain the role inflammation plays in protecting the body. Compare the role of pain in each of the video cases. Why did the body want to keep Amy from feeling pain, but want David to feel pain? 5.Some individuals are born with a rare genetic disorder called Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhidrosis (CIPA). Read the case study presented on MSNBC at 6.Answer the Conclusion questions.Conclusion1Describe the impact CIPA might have on other human body systems.2Describe three situations where having CIPA puts young children at risk for other injuries. © 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Human Body Systems Activity 5.1.3 Hurts So Good – Page 3
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3What do you think is going on inside the body of these individuals that keeps them from feeling pain? Provide at least two possible mechanisms. 4How do the skin and the nervous system interact to allow you to feel pain? 5Drugs such as morphine and heroin mimic endorphins and bind to the same receptors in the brain. Describe the effect these drugs most likely have on the body. Explain your reasoning. © 2014 Project Lead The Way, Inc.Human Body Systems Activity 5.1.3 Hurts So Good – Page 4
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