Wednesday, November 23, 2011

German Study on Complex Interaction of Sensory and Motor Signs and Symptoms in chronic CRPS.

Published April 2011, this Greman study of  the Complex Interaction of Sensory and Motor Signs and Symptoms in chronic CRPS  was devised to "characterize the interaction of symptoms in 118 patients. The summary concludes that "chronic CRPS is characterized by a combination of chronic ongoing as well as evoked pain, a distinct level of stress and depression, resulting in a disabled hand function even years after the impressive symptoms of acute CRPS like edema and sympathetic dysfunction subside. It suggested that "in the future enhanced efforts should be made to set up tailored treatment strategies targeting underlying pathomechanisms in order to improve long term outcome even in severe cases of CRPS."

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