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What are the symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome?

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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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Crps is a poorly understood condition.
It is associated with either major or minor injury, usually to an extremity. It can also be associated with nerve injury. The symptoms are severe pain, sensitivity to even light touch, abnormalities of sweating and swelling and redness. The treatment usually involves aggressive physical therapy, medications and sometimes particular types of nerve blocks.

In brief: See bekiw

Crps is a poorly understood condition.
It is associated with either major or minor injury, usually to an extremity. It can also be associated with nerve injury. The symptoms are severe pain, sensitivity to even light touch, abnormalities of sweating and swelling and redness. The treatment usually involves aggressive physical therapy, medications and sometimes particular types of nerve blocks.
Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
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Dr. Brian Le
Pain Management

In brief: CRPS symptoms

Symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome might include burning/throbbing pain, change in skin temperature, sensitivity to touch or cold, swelling of the painful area, change in skin color, decreased ability to move the affected body part, change in hair and nail growth.
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In brief: CRPS symptoms

Symptoms of complex regional pain syndrome might include burning/throbbing pain, change in skin temperature, sensitivity to touch or cold, swelling of the painful area, change in skin color, decreased ability to move the affected body part, change in hair and nail growth.
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