SPREAD OF CRPS
Dr. Hooshmand and I have written an
article regarding the Spread of CRPS.
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SPREAD OF COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME
H. Hooshmand, M.D. and Eric M. Phillips
Neurological Associates Pain Management Center
Vero Beach, Florida
Abstract. Complex regional pain
syndrome (CRPS) is usually
caused by a minor injury, and requires proper evaluation and
multi-disciplinary treatment addressing the multifaceted pathological
processes that evolve during its chronic course. Patientís age, the nature
of pathology, and mode of therapy influence the outcome of treatment. If
at all possible, surgery, ice and cast applications should be avoided.
There is a desperate need for research in proper management of CRPS.
complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), internal organs, spread, surgery, sympathetically maintained pain
that this article will be helpful to you.
All our best!
Dr. H. Hooshmand
and Eric Phillips
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