causalgia


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a burning pain in a limb along the course of a peripheral nerve

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Once referred to as causalgia, this type follows a distinct nerve injury.
The pain would have been similar to the causalgia caused by the palm injuries.
Complex regional pain syndrome type 2 in which nerve damage accompanies all these changes is named as causalgia (3).
Algunos de entre ellos, como la causalgia, el miembro fantasma o la neuralgia del trigemino, ya eran viejos conocidos de la medicina, aunque no siempre con esos nombres.
Clinical mimics of glomus tumors include neuromas, melanomas, Bowen's disease, arthritis, gout, paronychia, causalgia, subungual exostosis, osteochondroma, and subungual warts.
Galer BS, Schwatz L and Allen G (2001) Complex Regional Pain Syndromes-Type I: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, and Type II: Causalgia.
Alternative names for CRPS in the literature include reflex sympathetic dystrophy, algodystrophy, causalgia, Sudeck\'s atrophy.
Primera, evidencia clinica: utilizan como ejemplo tres patologias dolorosas, como son la causalgia (hoy llamado sindrome doloroso regional complejo), el dolor de miembro fantasma y las neuralgias perifericas.
En cuanto a las percepciones relacionadas con las enfermedades del pie, los encuestados tienden a considerar como factor principal de causalgia el calzado (vease Tabla 2), existiendo numerosos estudios que tambien relacionan el uso de un calzado no adecuado con la aparicion de lesiones en los pies, aparicion de inestabilidad en la marcha, aumento del riesgo de sufrir caidas y descenso de la independencia del sujeto (23,24,25).
2) Similarly, some have suggested that even though the radiation of pain following local trauma seemed to resemble causalgia, (20) there was a lack of hyperpathia and changes in the soft tissue, bones, and blood vessels as well as a poor response to sympathetic blockade, thus making clinical features of PLMT inconsistent with known radicular disorders.
Causalgia and reflex sympathetic dystrophy: does the sympathetic nervous system contribute to the generation of pain?
Recent literature has included multiple articles about complex regional pain syndrome Type 1 (CRPS Type 1), previously known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy or complex regional pain syndrome Type 2 (CRPS Type 2), also known as causalgia (Mann, 2010; Schwarzer & Maier, 2010; van Eijs et al.
Existen dos tipos de SDRC: el tipo I, llamado anteriormente distrofia simpatica refleja, caracterizado porque el trauma no afecta los nervios, como sucede en esguinces, algunas fracturas, trauma quirurgico, contusiones o distensiones; el tipo II, antes llamado causalgia, se desencadena despues de una lesion que compromete un nervio periferico (1).
Complex regional pain syndrome (also called causalgia and reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) syndrome) has been associated with poor outcomes.