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CRPS: are guidelines possible?

Humans, Myofascial Pain Syndromes, Practice Guidelines as Topic ...

Bilateral motor cortex disinhibition in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) type I of the hand.

Complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) develops as a consequence of trauma affecting the ... changes. CNS involvement is suggested by the symptoms, but the pathophysiology of CRPS I is unknown. ...

Selective fiber degeneration in the peripheral nerve of a patient with severe Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Methods: A 35-year-old female developed CRPS secondary to low voltage electrical injury. The CRPS was refractory to medical therapy and led to ... Results: All samples showed features of selective ...

Complex regional pain syndrome type I treated with topical capsaicin: a case report.

was instituted. No other treatment modalities directed at CRPS I were added. After 6 weeks, no signs or symptoms of CRPS I were present and capsaicin was discontinued. Capsaicin ... G M Ribbers, H J Stam ...

Complex regional pain syndrome type I: incidence and prevalence in Olmsted county, a population-based study.

106,470). The main outcome measures were CRPS I incidence, prevalence, and outcome. Seventy-four cases of CRPS I were identified, resulting in an incidence ... Paola Sandroni, Lisa M Benrud-Larson, Robyn ...

A possible role of the locus coeruleus in complex regional pain syndrome

to inhibit nociceptive input from the CRPS-affected limb could sensitize spinal and supraspinal ... processing that involves the locus coeruleus could exacerbate the symptoms of CRPS in some patients. ...

Referred sensations in patients with complex regional pain syndrome type 1.

RS) in patients with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) type 1 and test the hypothesis that pain in CRPS is associated with central sensory changes. ... C S McCabe, R C Haigh, P W Halligan, D R Blake ...

Neurocognitive and Neuroplastic Mechanisms of Novel Clinical Signs in CRPS

identify neurocognitive phenotypes of patients with CRPS that are underpinned by causal explanations ... approach to identifying neurocognitive phenotypes in CRPS. Based on our review, we explain how such ...

Tina Mainka

Pain, Tactile Acuity, CRPS, complex regional pain syndrome, cortical reorganization, repetitive ... Join the Frontiers Community. Frontiers People highlights some of the most notable researchers ...

Complex Regional Pain Syndromes: guidelines for therapy.

the restoration of function in patients with CRPS. Also, the various modalities that may be used ... to the management of children with CRPS, are provided only to facilitate functional improvement in a ...

Impaired self-perception of the hand in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) [S. Forderreuther, U. Sailer, A. Straube, Pain 2004; 110:756-761].

Candida S McCabe, Nicholas Shenker, Jenny Lewis, David R Blake ... Complex Regional Pain Syndromes, Hand, Humans, Sensation Disorders ...

Susceptibility loci for complex regional pain syndrome.

associated with a spontaneous development of CRPS, suggesting an interaction between trauma severity and genetic factors conferring CRPS susceptibility. Additionally, an association with the ...

Pharmacologic treatment of complex regional pain syndrome I: a conceptual framework.

to the clinical management of pain in CRPS I. First, recent insights in the pathophysiologic mechanisms underlying CRPS I are reviewed. CRPS I is considered a neuropathic pain syndrome with a ...

Purification, molecular cloning, and cell-specific gene expression of the alkaloid-accumulation associated protein CrPS in Catharanthus roseus.

revealed that the protein which has been named CrPS (Catharanthus roseus Protein S) is a member of ... mRNA hybridization on developing leaves revealed that CrPS mRNA and transcripts encoding the first ...

Patterns of cortical reorganization parallel impaired tactile discrimination and pain intensity in complex regional pain syndrome.

were significantly reduced contralateral to the CRPS-affected IF as compared to the ipsilateral side ... of reorganization and tactile impairment appeared to be linked to characteristics of CRPS pain. ...

Michihiro Osumi

body representation, Illusion, body image, CRPS, mirror therapy, phantom limb pain, mirror visual ... Join the Frontiers Community. Frontiers People highlights some of the most notable researchers ...

I-123-metaiodobenzylguanidine uptake of the forearm shows dysfunction in peripheral sympathetic mediated neurovascular transmission in complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I).

Carl-Albrecht Haensch, Johannes Jörg, Hartmut Lerch ... 3-Iodobenzylguanidine, Adrenergic Fibers, Adult, female, Forearm, Humans, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Synaptic Transmission ...

[Complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS type I/"RSD") -- an overview].

A Arkudas, U Kneser, R E Horch ... Adult, Autonomic Nervous System, Combined Modality Therapy, Diagnosis, Differential, Extremities, female, Follow-Up Studies, Humans, male, Middle Aged, Patient Care ...

Bodily Sensory Inputs and Anomalous Bodily Experiences in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: Evaluation of the Potential Effects of Sound Feedback

pain levels and gait of twelve people with CRPS Type 1, who were exposed to real-time alteration of ... feedback may affect the perceived size of the CRPS affected limb and the pain experienced, but that ...

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