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.
Which patients with chronic reflex sympathetic dystrophy
are most likely to benefit from physical therapy?
reflex sympathetic dystrophy
: facts and hypotheses.
Brookoff, "Complex regional pain syndromes (reflex sympathetic dystrophy
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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
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