Biphosphonates for the therapy of complex regional pain syndrome I – Systematic review

@article{Brunner2009BiphosphonatesFT,
  title={Biphosphonates for the therapy of complex regional pain syndrome I – Systematic review},
  author={F. Brunner and A. Schmid and R. Kissling and U. Held and L. Bachmann},
  journal={European Journal of Pain},
  year={2009},
  volume={13}
}
  • F. Brunner, A. Schmid, +2 authors L. Bachmann
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Pain
  • Objectives: Several studies found that biphosphonates counteract locally increased bone resorption and associated pain in patients with complex regional pain syndrome I (CRPS I). We performed a systematic review of all randomised controlled trials to assess the benefit of biphosphonates in the treatment of CRPS I patients with bone loss. 
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