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Overview of complex regional pain syndrome and recent management using spinal cord stimulation.
Moseley GL (2005a) Distorted body image in complex regional pain syndrome.
Improvement of pain and regional osteoporotic changes in the foot and ankle by low-dose bisphosphonate therapy for complex regional pain syndrome type I: a case series.
Ten Consecutive Cases of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome of Less than 12 Months Duration in Active Duty United States Military Personnel Treated with Spinal Cord Stimulation.
Intravenous magnesium for complex regional pain syndrome type 1 (CRPS 1) patients: a pilot study.
Complex regional pain syndrome type: an inflammatory pain condition?
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, vol.
Efficacy of stellate ganglion blockade for the management of type 1 complex regional pain syndrome.
The data obtained during vibration are similar to those observed for pictures of the affected limb in patients with complex regional pain syndrome (Moseley 2004b) and patients with phantom limb pain (Moseley 2006b, Nico et al.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), or reflex sympathetic dystrophy, develops after trauma or surgery and is characterized by pain that is disproportionate to the initial injury and is not confined to the nerve or nerve root distribution (1-5).
Wilson (pain medicine and anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine) presents the latest work on complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS).
Eleanor, a pupil at English Martyrs School, in Hillmorton, Rugby, was in hospital as she suffers from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, which is very rare in children.
He convinced the adjuster to approve a pain specialist who diagnosed the injury as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type I (RSD).
The doctors offer procedures for many painful disorders, including nerve damage, complex regional pain syndrome, low back and neck pain, herniated disk, failed surgery syndrome, leg and arm pain, shingles, cancer pain, arachnoiditis, compression fractures and postherpetic neuralgia.
Several of us at the Burwood Centre will soon be publishing the results of research into the use of Pamidronate in complex regional pain syndrome.
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