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Injecting local anesthetic burns, right? What if there was a way to minimize the pain associated with injection of local anesthetic? Drs. Brian Rayala and Matthew Zeitler at UNC Chapel Hill look at the evidence regarding this, and provide some insight into reduction of pain with this common procedure.