F Lorch

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The sympathetic skin response (SSR) was recorded in four patients diagnosed with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) in one upper limb using Kozin's clinical criteria in conjunction with a three-phase bone scan. All patients had sustained cerebral vascular accidents and were classified as Stage I RSD. The SSR was recorded in both hands after each of ten(More)
Recovery of motor function in spinal cord injury usually does not occur beyond 2 yr from the date of injury and is rare beyond 8 yr. We present a case of a gentleman with a right C-5 motor, left T-5 motor, bilateral T-5 sensory tetraplegia, sustained after a fall in September 1985, who developed reflex sympathetic dystrophy of his right arm. This pain(More)
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