Space-based, but not arm-based, shift in tactile processing in complex regional pain syndrome and its relationship to cooling of the affected limb.

@article{Moseley2009SpacebasedBN,
  title={Space-based, but not arm-based, shift in tactile processing in complex regional pain syndrome and its relationship to cooling of the affected limb.},
  author={G Lorimer Moseley and Alberto Gallace and C. Spence},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={132 Pt 11},
  pages={3142-51}
}
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) occurs after stroke, but most cases develop after peripheral trauma and without evidence of brain trauma. However, CRPS is associated with symptoms that appear similar to those observed in patients suffering from hemispatial neglect. Ten participants (four males) with CRPS of one arm performed temporal order judgements of pairs of vibrotactile stimuli, one delivered to each hand, at one of 10 possible stimulus onset asynchronies, under two conditions: arms… CONTINUE READING

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