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RSD

ISO 4217 code for the Serbian dinar. It was introduced in 2003 when Yugoslavia formally separated into Serbia and Montenegro. It replaced the Yugoslav dinar at par. Montenegro had already abandoned the Yugoslav dinar in 2000.
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Normal sympathetic nervous system response in reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
New thoughts on reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome.
In cases that are related to reflex sympathetic dystrophy the autonomic nervous system has developed a maladaptive routine that has pain as an integral component.
The record-breaking sailor, who suffers from a progressive condition reflex sympathetic dystrophy, will use her time in Bahrain to give a motivational talk to BMI members.
She said that she took regular shots of lidocaine, and was diagnosed with reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome by 2005, which caused disabling pain, teeth chattering and shingles-like lesions.
Just before her 13th birthday she was struck down with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, a condition characterised by persistent, chronic pain.
While 22% of patients in the placebo group developed reflex sympathetic dystrophy (persistent pain along with skin and other changes near the site of the injury) over the next year, it developed in only seven percent of the supplemented group.
The event is the latest fundraiser in memory of Vanessa Cole, aged 31, who died after contracting reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) - a rare nerve disease - following a riding accident in 2001.
It's a charity close to his heart as it has benefited her daughter, Kirsten, for whom a trained dog has been a boon after being left wheelchair-bound as the result of an accident in 2001 which triggered off the rare condition of reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, now referred to as complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) types I and II, can be difficult to treat.