COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type I, also called Algodystrophy, is a rare disease that begins with pain and swelling often localized in the hand or wrist, shoulder or foot.
The pain, which is often resistant to medication, is usually associated with edema and, on radiological examination, localised osteoporosis may appear.
It can occur spontaneously or as a complication following trauma or surgery. Early therapeutic action is of fundamental importance to counteract the symptoms and avoid the pathology becoming chronic.
- Extinguishes inflammation in the joint, resolving pain
- Promotes edema reabsorption, eliminating swelling
- Increases the activity of osteoblasts (cells that build bone tissue), counteracting localised osteoporosis
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