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What are the symptoms of causalgia?

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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Causalgia

Causalgia is an old term for a condition now called complex regional pain syndrome type one.
This begins with some type of nerve injury. There is a great deal of pain as well as swelling in the involved limb, sensitivity to even light touch and abnormalities in sweating of the affected extremity. The condition is poorly understood. The mainstay of treatment is aggressive physical therapy.

In brief: Causalgia

Causalgia is an old term for a condition now called complex regional pain syndrome type one.
This begins with some type of nerve injury. There is a great deal of pain as well as swelling in the involved limb, sensitivity to even light touch and abnormalities in sweating of the affected extremity. The condition is poorly understood. The mainstay of treatment is aggressive physical therapy.
Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
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