Pascal Löhr

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Complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) is a frequent complication after injuries of the upper limbs. The pathophysiology of this disease remains unclear, although disturbances of the sympathetic nervous system have been detected in several clinical studies, and sympathetic blocks resolve the symptoms in many of the cases. To investigate the meaning(More)
OBJECTIVES The complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I) still is difficult to diagnose in posttraumatic patients. As CRPS I is a clinical diagnosis the characteristic symptoms have to be differentiated from normal posttraumatic states. Several diagnostic procedures are applied to facilitate an early diagnosis, although their value for diagnosing(More)
In addition to handing out questionnaires, follow-up examinations were carried out on 266 of 936 patients who had undergone reconstructive surgery of the carotid artery, which was performed more than 1200 times from 1977 to 1981. In this survey the patients were divided into two groups, one treated with antiplatelet drugs (36 %) and the other without (64(More)
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