COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME AFTER SURGERY OF COMPLEX META-CARPOPHALANGEAL DISLOCATION OF THE INDEX FINGER: CASE REPORT AND FLUIDOTHERAPY

Eva Snehlata Kujur, Damayanti Sethy

Abstract


Post-traumatic complex regional pain syndrome is type 1 (CRPS) is uncommon and can cause the disability of patients. Complex dislocation of the meta-carpophalangeal (MCP) joint on the index finger is rare. We reported a case of CRPS1 after trauma and we used fluidotherapy   as a treatment method. To our knowledge this case has not been reported yet.


Keywords


pain, chronic disease, complex regional pain syndromes, fluidotherapy.

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