Erythromelalgia in the pediatric patient: role of computed-tomography-guided lumbar sympathetic blockade

Abstract

Erythromelalgia (EM) is an uncommon condition characterized by erythema, increased skin temperature, and burning pain, most frequently occurring in the lower extremities. The pain is generally very severe and treatment can be extremely challenging, especially in the pediatric and adolescent population. We report a series of three cases of primary EM in… (More)

Topics

8 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Kundu2016ErythromelalgiaIT, title={Erythromelalgia in the pediatric patient: role of computed-tomography-guided lumbar sympathetic blockade}, author={Anjana Kundu and Mahmood Rafiq and Patrick S. Warren and Joseph Drew Tobias}, booktitle={Journal of pain research}, year={2016} }