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Complex Regional Pain syndrome


Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic pain condition characterized by severe and prolonged pain, typically in one limb, that may be disproportionate to any known injury or trauma. It often develops after an injury, surgery, or medical procedure and is believed to involve abnormal responses of the nervous system. Symptoms can include changes in skin color and temperature, swelling, stiffness, and altered sensation. CRPS can significantly impair mobility and quality of life, and treatment typically involves a multidisciplinary approach combining physical therapy, medications, nerve blocks, and psychotherapy.

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