Warm and cold complex regional pain syndromes

  title={Warm and cold complex regional pain syndromes},
  author={T. Eberle and B. Doganci and H. Kr{\"a}mer and C. Geber and M. Fechir and W. Magerl and F. Birklein},
  pages={505 - 512}
  • T. Eberle, B. Doganci, +4 authors F. Birklein
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Neurology
  • Objective: To investigate clinical differences in warm and cold complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) phenotypes. Background: CRPS represents inhomogeneous chronic pain conditions; approximately 70% patients with CRPS have “warm” affected limbs and 30% have “cold” affected limbs. Methods: We examined 50 patients with “cold” and “warm” CRPS (n = 25 in each group). Both groups were matched regarding age, sex, affected limb, duration of CRPS, and CRPS I and II to assure comparability. Detailed… CONTINUE READING
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