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The serum protease network - one key to understand Complex Regional Pain Syndrome pathophysiology.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) develops after fracture. The acute CRPS phenotype resembles exaggerated inflammation which is explained by local and systemic activation of a pro-inflammatory network including peptides and cytokines. Epidemiologic data suggest that inactivation of the peptidase angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) in patients treated for hypertension increases the odds to develop CRPS. This hint lead us to investigate the serum protease network activity in CRPS patients vs. respective c...


Clinical Course and Impact of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Confined to the Knee.

Although complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) of the knee is comparable to CRPS of the ankle/foot at time of diagnosis, no reports are available concerning the course of knee CRPS. Therefore, this study investigated the clinical course in terms of the symptoms and signs, health-related quality of life (HR-QoL), and work status of patients diagnosed with CRPS of the knee.

Differences in neuronal representation of mental rotation in CRPS patients and healthy controls.

Spatial integration of parts of the body is impaired in patients with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Since the training of mental rotation (MR) has been shown to be among the effective therapy strategies for CRPS, impairment of MR is also important for the pathophysiological understanding of CRPS. The aim of this study was to evaluate whether differences in neural representation of MR occur between CRPS patients and healthy controls. Therefore we included 15 chronic CRPS patients and 15 age-/gender ...


Prevention of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome type 1 after conservative reatment of a distal radius fracture with a home exercise program: A proof-of-concept study.

Prevention of CRPS-1, a post-traumatic pain syndrome, after a distal radius fracture is important as this syndrome might lead to chronic pain and serious disabilities. In several studies, it was shown that CRPS-1 can be cured with exercise and graded activities. In a prospective cohort study, a home exercise program with progressive loading exercises was applied immediately after cast removal in patients with a distal radius fracture. After three months, patients were interviewed by telephone using the subj...

Recurrence of complex regional pain syndrome after administration of adenosine.

The effects of adenosine in acute chronic pain are not clear. Literature supports both a pronociceptive/inflammatory role of the A2aR/A2bR and antihyperalgesia/allodynia with A1Rs/A3Rs. Adenosine could participate in the reactivation of chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) through inflammatory pathways and via A2Rs. Plastic changes in the brain CRPS-related overlap with those seen in systemic inflammation and persist even after symptoms of CRPS resolve. To illustrate the hypothesis that intravenous adenos...

Diagnosing Complex Regional Pain Syndrome using an electronic nose, a pilot study.

Objective Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a complication after surgery or trauma and is characterized by a continuing regional pain in a distal extremity. The pain is disproportionate in severity and duration in relation to the preceding trauma. Currently, the diagnosis is based on the patients' signs and symptoms. There is no objective clinically applicable test available to confirm the diagnoses of CRPS, however this could contribute to a more reliable and valid diagnosis. ...

Complex regional pain syndrome: a narrative review for the practicing clinician.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a life-altering condition that usually affects the extremities after a trauma or nerve injury. The physiologic changes that occur as a result of the inciting injury are complex, as the name of the syndrome implies. The pain and disability associated with CRPS often lead to psychological co-morbidities that create a vicious cycle of pain, isolation, and depression. We review recent developemnts in the understanding of CRPS and advancements in management of this syndro...

Decreasing pain ratings in chronic arm pain through changing a virtual body: different strategies for different pain types.

Modifying the visual aspect of a virtual arm that is felt as one's own using immersive virtual reality (VR) modifies pain threshold in healthy subjects but does it modify pain ratings in chronic pain patients? Our aim was to investigate whether varying properties of a virtual arm co-located with the real arm modulated pain ratings in patients with chronic arm/hand pain due to complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) type I (without nerve injury) or peripheral nerve injury (PNI). CRPS (n=9) and PNI (n=10) patie...

Complete relief of CRPS-associated pain during magnesium infusion in a patient with postpartum preeclampsia.

A pregnant patient with chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and indwelling spinal cord stimulator presented with twin gestation for induction of preterm labor due to preeclampsia. Intravenous magnesium was initiated and a lumbar epidural catheter was placed uneventfully for labor analgesia. The patient reported complete relief of her CRPS-associated pain during and for 24 hours after delivery, while receiving intravenous magnesium, with her pain symptoms returning shortly after discontinuing magnesium. To...

Evaluation Through Transcutaneous Tissue Oximetry (Near Infrared Spectroscopy) of Spinal Cord Stimulation in Patients With Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type I.

One of the physiopathological hypothesis behind complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) type I involves the deep-tissue hypoxia of the affected areas. Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) appears to be effective in the treatment of these patients. We evaluated whether ESCS modifies tissue oxygen saturation (StO ) measured with near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in the affected limbs in patients diagnosed with CRPS type I.

Sex matters in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is much more prevalent in women than men but potential differences in clinical phenotype have not been thoroughly explored to date. Differences in the clinical presentation between sexes may point at new avenues for a more tailored management approach of CRPS. We therefore explored if in CRPS the patient's sex is associated with differences in clinical and psychological characteristics.

Pharmacotherapeutic options for complex regional pain syndrome.

Complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS) are rare painful conditions characterized by considerable variability in possible triggering factors, usually traumatic, and in the clinical scenario. The limited knowledge of the pathophysiological mechanisms has led to countless treatment attempts with multiple conservative and surgical options that act by different mechanisms of action. Areas covered: In this narrative review, the authors discuss key points about CRPS definitions, diagnostic criteria and pitfalls, p...

Prognostic Factors in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type 1 Occurring in the Korean Army.

In Korea, patients diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) in the army are typically discharged from the army; however, the course of the disease after discharge is not known. The purpose of this study was to investigate the course of CRPS that occurred in the army and to identify the influences of various clinical and psychosocial factors immediately before discharge on the disease course.

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.

Pain Rehabilitation in CRPS.

Chronic pain can be distinguished into malignant and non-malignant pain, that is, in pain with no prospect of healing, e. g. Tumor pain, and pain, where there is a chance of recovery and a good quality of life. While tumor pain is primarily about adequate and rapid pain reduction, the therapeutic treatment concept of non-malignant chronic pain is based on the bio-psycho-social model of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF).The restoration of everyday functions and pa...

The Efficacy of Vitamin C in the Prevention of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome After Distal Radius Fractures: A Synthesis.

The current recommendation is to use daily doses of vitamin C to prevent the occurrence of the complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) following a distal radius fracture. The study is a synthesis of the four primary studies that examine this issue. These studies have been previously examined in the meta-analysis literature. The incidence of CRPS is lower in patients treated with the vitamin C protocol compared with the control. The significance of the difference varies from P = .02 to P = .13. Our ana...

Psychosocial factors associated with poor outcomes after amputation for complex regional pain syndrome type-I.

Amputation for longstanding therapy resistant complex regional pain syndrome type-I (CRPS-I) is controversial. Reported results are inconsistent. It is assumed that psychological factors play a role in CRPS-I.

Complex regional pain syndrome: a focus on the autonomic nervous system.

Although autonomic features are part of the diagnostic criteria for complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), the role of the autonomic nervous system in CRPS pathophysiology has been downplayed in recent years. The purpose of this review is to redress this imbalance.

Potentides: Novel Cysteine-Rich Peptides with Unusual Disulfide Connectivity from Potentilla anserina.

Cysteine-rich peptides (CRPs), disulfide-constrained peptides with three to five disulfide bonds and molecular weights of 2 to 6 kDa, are generally hyperstable and resistant to thermal, chemical and enzymatic degradation. Here, the discovery and characterization of a novel suite of CRPs, collectively named potentides pA1- pA16 from the root of the medicinal herb Potentilla anserina L, are described. Using a combination of proteomic and transcriptomic methods, we showed that 35-residue potentide pA3, the mos...

Intra-articular botulinum toxin injection in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: case report and review of the literature.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is characterized by hyperalgesia, autonomic and trophic alterations of bones, muscles and skin. It is supported by neurogenic inflammation and impairment of sympathetic nervous system. Botulinum Toxin (BTX) is an option for the management of pain, with level B evidence of efficacy in neuropathic, joint and myofascial pain syndrome. We report a case of CRPS treated with intra articular injection of BTX-A (IaBI). BTX-A 100 U in 2 cc Na Cl 0,9% was injected into the gleno-...

Recurrent and persistent carpal tunnel syndrome: predicting clinical outcome of revision surgery.

OBJECTIVEThe aim of this study was to evaluate the self-reported outcome of revision surgery in patients with recurrent and persistent carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) and to identify predictors of clinical outcome of revision surgery.METHODSA total of 114 hands in 112 patients were surgically treated for recurrent and persistent CTS in one of 10 specialized hand clinics. As part of routine care, patients were asked to complete online questionnaires regarding demographic data, comorbidities, and clinical severi...

Formation of a Subcutaneous Amputation Neuroma after Incomplete Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release Resulting in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome:A Case Report.

This 64-year-old woman had undergone endoscopic carpal tunnel release(ECTR)for right carpal tunnel syndrome 16 months earlier. Thereafter, she reported persistent dysesthesia in the thumb and index finger, developed burning pain in the middle and ring finger, paleness, coldness, and edema of the hand, a decreased range in hand motion, and a painful subcutaneous nodule just distal to the portal in the forearm. Based on physical, radiological, and electrophysiological studies, the diagnosis was incomplete car...

The Role of Additional Spine Surgery in the Management of Failed Back Surgery Syndrome, CRPS and Intractable Pain in the setting of Prior or Concurrent Spinal Cord Stimulation: Indications and Outcomes.

Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is both relatively safe and reversible. Although SCS is generally regarded as a last resort, some of these patients will have additional spinal surgery after the device is implanted or following its removal. The following is a descriptive study of subsequent spinal surgery following SCS.

Following Cochrane review protocols to completion ten years later: a retrospective cohort study and author survey.

We analyzed patterns of publication of Cochrane review protocols (CRPs).

Complex regional pain syndrome: A rare but potentially disabling complication of transradial cardiac catheterization.

Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a rare complication following transradial cardiac catheterization.


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