oa Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia - Can complex regional pain syndrome type 1 be circumvented? : case report
Extracted from text ... CASE REPORT 20 Can complex regional pain syndrome type 1 be circumvented? A case report ? regional pain and sensory changes (spontaneous pain, hyperaesthesia, hyperalgesia, allodynia) ? active and passive movement disorders (including an increased physiological tremor) ? abnormal regulation of blood flow such as temperature changes and sweating (hyperhydrosis in the early stages or hypohydrosis in the latter stages) ? oedema of the skin and subcutaneous tissues ? trophic changes of skin (including changes in skin colour and thickness), organs of the skin and subcutaneous tissues.7 The pain and sensory changes that occur may reflect impairment in 70% ..
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