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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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Signs and symptoms of reflex sympathetic dystrophy: prospective study of 829 patients.
Carlson, "Predisposing psychological factors in the development of reflex sympathetic dystrophy. A review of the empirical evidence," Clinical Journal of Pain, vol.
reflex sympathetic dystrophy: facts and hypotheses.
Brookoff, "Complex regional pain syndromes (reflex sympathetic dystrophy and causalgia) and spinal cord stimulation," Pain Medicine, vol.
A randomized, prospective, controlled trial of spinal cord stimulation in patients who had reflex sympathetic dystrophy (now called CRPS type I) for at least 6 months found a significant benefit of decreased pain and improved function, with a P value less than .001 (N.
But a project with Loughborough University's sports technology institute has revolutionised the medal chances for Danielle, whose reflex sympathetic dystrophy means she can't stand without a crutch.
Morris has a condition called reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) which involves a malfunction of the nervous system that causes extreme pain and related sensory abnormalities.
As a child she was county champion at the triple jump and had hoped to take that sport to the Olympics, until she was struck down with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, a progressive nervous system disease, at 15.
Metastatic malignancy associated with reflex sympathetic dystrophy. J Rheumatol 1989;16:406-7.