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Synonyms for CRP

a byproduct of inflammation

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CRPS is a type of preferred stock that contains a debt-like redemption feature requiring the issuer to pay the holder the par value for the preferred stock at a specified redemption date.
had already been paid, it returned the $1,000 check to CRPS and informed the group that it was rejecting its ad.
Different treatment approaches are available for CRPS which can be divided into physical/occupational therapy, pharmacologic, interventional, and psychological techniques.
Positive Options will give disheartened patients hope for better things to come and a light at the end of the dim, dark tunnel of CRPS.
The diagnoses included failed back surgery syndrome, CRPS, post-surgical neuropathic pain, and radicular pain.
CRPS stands for "complex regional pain syndrome", a chronic pain condition with symptoms most often affecting the limbs.
Charles' new documentary, Trial By Fire, is a movie about his mother's struggle with CRPS.
Although, in many cases, CRPS affects only one extremity, it can be so devastating that it affects the patient's quality of life (Van Eijs et al, 2010).
Considering the aims of the treatment, it is understandable why physical therapy represents the basis of every therapeutic protocol in the treatment of CRPS.
CRPS develops after an injury to a limb and continues even after it has healed.
Damage to the nerve can lead to CRPS, a rare, chronic and progressive condition characterised by severe pain.
More recently, spurred by scientific advances identifying the significant role of the central nervous system in the pathogenesis of CRPS, techniques which focus on central processes have been developed (Moseley 2010).
prolonged pain responsive to a trial of stimulation in FBSS, CRPS, and