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Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome: Overview
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (also known as complex regional pain syndrome, causalgia, shoulder-hand syndrome and post-traumatic spreading neuralgia) is a chronic, rare and painful condition that usually affects the arm or leg.


Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Syndrome
(Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS))
What is Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Syndrome?

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Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) facts
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) is characterized by a group of symptoms including pain (often "burning" type), tenderness, and swelling of an extremity associated with varying degrees of sweating, warmth and/or coolness, flushing, discoloration, ...

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome
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This condition was previously known as ~, Sudeck's atrophy, shoulder-hand syndrome, or causalgia.
Description
There are two types of CRPS: ...

(CRPS; ~ [RSD]; Causalgia; Sympathetically Maintained Pain)
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(CRPS; ~ [RSD]; Causalgia; Sympathetically Maintained Pain)
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(CRPS; ~ [RSD]; Causalgia; Sympathetically Maintained Pain)
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CRPS, ~, RSD, Causalgia, Shoulder-hand syndrome, or Sudeck's atrophy.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic pain syndrome, usually involving one leg or an arm.

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Rheumatoid arthritis
Factors Influencing Duration ...

CRPS 1 (also called ~ or RSD)- No nerve damage exists with this type.
CRPS 2 (also called causalgia)-This produces similar symptoms after a nerve injury has occurred.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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complex regional pain syndrome type 1; CRPS 1; ~; Sudek's atrophy; allodynia sympathetic nervous system-mediated acute pain and vasomotor instability, triggered by minor or surgical trauma without obvious nerve injury; affects women more than men; ...

Dysautonomia can be local, as in ~, or generalized, as in pure autonomic failure. It can be acute and reversible, as in Guillain-Barre syndrome, or chronic and progressive. Several common conditions such as diabetes and alcoholism can include dysautonomia.

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Regurgitation, mitral valve
Reiter's syndrome
Renal cell carcinoma
Renal failure
Renal lithiasis
Respiratory syncytial virus
Restless legs syndrome
Retinal detachment
Retinopathy, diabetic ...

I am disabled with RSD (~) for several years now. It is a relatively unknown neurological condition that effects my entire sympathetic nervous system. It is chronic, progressive and incurable.

Complications of surgery may include incomplete release of the retinaculum, injury to the median nerve, ~, finger stiffness, weakness, infection and scar tenderness (Tiedman, 2004).

Sympathectomy may be helpful in treating ~ (RSD), a condition that sometimes develops after injury. In RSD, the affected limb is painful (causalgia) and swollen. The color, temperature, and texture of the skin changes.

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Cauliflower Ear
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CRPS has been called by many other names. These include ~ syndrome (RSDS), algodystrophy, causalgia, shoulder-hand syndrome, Sudeck's atrophy and transient osteoporosis. There are two types of CRPS:
Type I - there is no nerve damage present ...

CRPS; RSDS; Causalgia - RSD; Shoulder-hand syndrome; ~ syndrome; Sudeck's atrophy
Causes ...

Pucevich B, Spencer L, English JC 3rd. Unilateral trachyonychia in a patient with ~. J Am Acad Dermatol. Feb 2008;58(2):320-2. [Medline].

Muscular dystrophy
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Becker's muscular dystrophy
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Ramsay Hunt Syndrome I
Ramsay Hunt Syndrome II
Rasmussen's Encephalitis
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Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a rare condition that causes a long-term burning pain in a limb or part of a limb. CRPS used to be known as ~. The areas that are usually affected are the arms. legs, hands and feet.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a term used to describe a group of painful conditions. Examples of earlier names for these conditions include ~, causalgia, and Sudeck's atrophy.

If not diagnosed and treated promptly and correctly, it can progress to rotator cuff degeneration and eventual tear. Other complications are progression to adhesive capsulitis, cuff tear arthropathy, and ~.

Muscle spasms or spasticity
Joint contractures
Subluxation or dislocation of a joint, most often the shoulder
Pain that results from changes in the brain itself
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immune deficiency syndrome, depression, diabetes mellitus, HIV & AIDS, hypoglycaemia, hypothyroidism, hypermobility of joints, lupus myositis, systemic lupus erythematous, multiple chemical sensitivities, multiple sclerosis, post polio syndrome, raynauds phenomenon, ~ ...

pain syndrome (CRPS) is a painful condition of the arm, hand, leg or foot that occurs after an injury, such as a fracture. Symptoms vary and may last months or years. A range of treatment is available. Most people recover, but relapse can occur. CRPS used to be called ~ ...

In rare cases, the syndrome develops after surgery, heart attack, stroke or other medical problem. Often, the pain is described as a burning feeling and is much worse than expected for the injury. Your doctor may also call this condition ~ or causalgia.

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RSD - ~
RSV - Respiratory Syncytial Virus
RT - Respiratory Therapy
RTC - Return To Clinic
RUE - Right Upper Extremity
RUG - Retrograde Urethrogram
RUL - Right Upper Lobe; Right Upper Lid
RUQ - Right Upper Quadrant
RV - Right Ventricle; Residual Volume ...

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See also: See also: What is the meaning of Dystrophy, Injury, Surgery, Trauma, Arthritis?

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