Spontaneous onset of complex regional pain syndrome.

  title={Spontaneous onset of complex regional pain syndrome.},
  author={A de Rooij and Roberto P{\'e}rez and Frank J. P. M. Huygen and Frank van Eijs and Maarten van Kleef and Martin C R Bauer and Jacobus Johannes van Hilten and Johan Marinus},
  journal={European journal of pain},
  volume={14 5},
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) usually develops after a noxious event, but spontaneous onsets have been described in 3-11% of the cases. The existence of spontaneous-onset CRPS is highly debated and the aim of the present study was therefore to compare the phenotypic characteristics of CRPS patients with a spontaneous onset, with those of patients with a trauma-induced onset. Data of 537 CRPS patients followed up at four departments of anesthesiology were analyzed and comprised 498 (93… CONTINUE READING
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