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Dramatic effect in passive ROM exercise under sedation in a patient with intractable complex regional pain syndrome (type I): A case report.

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Summary of "Dramatic effect in passive ROM exercise under sedation in a patient with intractable complex regional pain syndrome (type I): A case report."

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) usually occurs after trauma and surgery but can also occur spontaneously. There are various known pathophysiology and treatment protocols for CRPS. However, there is no established treatment guideline. Although physical therapy is known as the first line treatment for CRPS, performing physical therapy is difficult due to severe pain. This case reports the first case with positive effect of physical therapy under sedation that allowed early physical therapy.

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Name: Medicine
ISSN: 1536-5964
Pages: e14990

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