Spinal cord stimulation in sympathetically maintained complex regional pain syndrome type I with severe disability. A prospective clinical study.

@article{Harke2005SpinalCS,
  title={Spinal cord stimulation in sympathetically maintained complex regional pain syndrome type I with severe disability. A prospective clinical study.},
  author={Henning Harke and Peter Gretenkort and Hans Ulrich Ladleif and Salah Rahman},
  journal={European journal of pain},
  year={2005},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={363-73}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE In this prospective trial we assessed the long-term effect of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) on the improvement of functional status in complex regional pain syndrome type I (CRPS I). METHODS A prerequisite for eligibility to SCS treatment was the responsiveness of patients to sympathetic nerve block. In 29 patients with chronic sympathetically maintained CRPS I, the efficacy of SCS on deep pain, allodynia and functional disability was determined. Pain intensity was… CONTINUE READING

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